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News Archive: Jun - 2013
An ageing population and lower birth rate is not just causing a pension crisis, it is changing the face of our entire economies, a new essay has claimed.
News reports suggest Ding Xuedong, deputy secretary-general for China’s State Council, will be named as the chairman of the China Investment Corporation.
A quarter of European insurers say it’s hard to find knowledgeable, qualified risk management staff, compared to 16% of their US counterparts.
The CIO behind one of the largest pension risk transfers moves on.
Moody’s declares Nebraska an exception to the morose pension deficit situation of other US states.
Rescued bank HBOS makes innovative back-up plan for deficit reduction and investment returns.
What’s in a name? Baggesen named SIO for asset allocation risk management, handing global equity duties to Dan Bienvenue.
Soon-to-be launched merged pension entity, Elo Mutual Pension Insurance Company, appoints CIO ahead of summer vacation.
Against the direction of many large competitors, one custodian is growing its business to target insurance investors.
UK government announces improved pay-outs for defunct scheme members if they’ve worked at the same firm for more than 20 years.
From aiCIO’s June issue: The anatomy of a hedge fund boondoggle, by Kip McDaniel and Leanna Orr.
New investment venture will launch in Q1 2014 with £41.5 billion in assets under management.
From aiCIO's June issue: Managing Editor Leanna gets good use of her passport, all in the name of research—almost.
From aiCIO's June issue: Editor-in-Chief Kip McDaniel goes all the way to Vegas, only to find a character from 1920's New York City.