A study found institutional investors are "captive" to active management for a mix of behavioral, organizational, and cultural reasons.
News Archive: Sep - 2013
CIO Tom Joy said his fund plans to hold Williams & Glyn’s shares even after an IPO.
Will regulation leave investors with only the big boys to choose from?
How the Securities and Exchange Commission is preparing for a government closure.
The Teachers’ Retirement System of Louisiana has flexed its muscles to drastically bring down investment fees.
General Motors will wait until 2015 to renegotiate its pension offering with the United Auto Workers.
Carmen Heredia-Lopez, CIO of Chicago Teachers’, has an unusual set of risks to manage—and an unusual investment team to help her do it.
Public pension funds might never be fully funded in the next 30 years, according to research.
There’s been a shake-up in asset mix by foundations and many are handing over the reins.
CIOs blaming a lack of support from their trustee boards for slow progression are doing something wrong, according to one of aiCIO’s Professors.
It would start with strong governance and a risk-factor model.
Investors concerned by Solvency II’s broad-brush approach to infrastructure take heart: there’s a fight on to change the regulator’s mind.
The financial titans could be heading back to court.
Artificially depressed rates are hurting liabilities, but the challenge is forcing investors to reassess their views on how to use risk.
Private equity SBOs are becoming popular exit strategies although they generate lower returns than PBOs.