More than 40 institutions sign up to appeal to the SEC and National Resources Canada for greater transparency from oil, gas, and mining companies.
News Archive: Aug - 2013
There’s an exception to every rule, and New York maybe the one for US public pensions.
Despite earlier IMF warnings, it seems pension funds in the Netherlands are buying into the “Orange Investing” phenomenon.
ADIA appoints LGIM equities man to in-house team.
The summer break has done nothing to draw attention away from mounting pension debt in Springfield, IL.
A consortium of Puerto Rican pension funds has seen their hopes for compensation over alleged mishandling of securities dashed.
Alternatives, infrastructure, and learning from your mistakes—Keynes’ lessons in investing.
After years of de-risking pension portfolios, Aon Hewitt has generated five ideas for investors to consider next.
Institutional investors’ appetite for infrastructure shows no sign of abating.
A six-year battle has been ended by a judge in Manhattan, finding on the side of Moody’s.
In his race against Eliot Spitzer, Scott Stringer has promised to direct pension investments towards sustainable initiatives.
Momentum investing as a game of hot potato—should it be in institutional investors’ portfolios?
In the second part of our investigation into multi-asset’s recent performance, we ask managers what steps they are taking to limit exposure to future shocks after some of their funds, including those labelled as “absolute return”, lost money during the May and June correlation spike.
In the second of a two-part interview series on New Jersey public pension’s open directorship, search committee Chair Bob Grady delves into the recruitment process and compensation question.
In the first of a two-part feature examining multi-asset fund performance in Q2 2013, we ask providers why, despite many of them being actively managed, most lost money in the tapering tantrum that followed Ben Bernanke’s May 23 speech.