Jameela Pedicini will join Harvard Management Company to help navigate the rising environmental, social, and governance issues.
News Archive: Jul - 2013
A close eye is being cast over New York's pension funds.
Worried about pension provision and living in the European Union? You’re not alone.
Data from the Investment Management Association has revealed a £1.7 billion outflow from institutional investors in June 2013.
Revamping ratings agencies, volatility “speed bumps,” and robust IT: Regulator head Mary Jo White testifies on mitigating risk, SEC-style.
A Massachusetts judge has ruled in a widely watched case, overturning a previous decision.
The Church of England’s investment chief explains why despite the Wonga furore, his investments are still among the most ethically sound.
There is one area of Icelandic financial services that didn’t take a tumble during the financial crisis.
The outsourcing of investment decisions is happening at a third of non-profit institutional investors.
Which countries are most—and least—reluctant to allocate across borders?
The former head of alternatives at one of the UK’s largest pensions has landed at another fund.
Buyer beware when approaching equities, especially in emerging markets, a leading bank has said.
The $118 billion pension fund is rather pleased with its five public market partners.
Further risk transfer deals are expected for 2013, after bulk annuity pricing levels become more attractive.
A Labaton Sucharow partner has warned pension funds seeking damages in court for Libor losses that the effort it takes often outweighs the possible settlements.