City Comptroller Scott Stringer has proposed “a steel barrier against pay-to-play abuses,” along with a broader compliance and ethics overhaul.
News Archive: Jan - 2014
Russell Investments has published what it thinks is the optimum way to invest in real estate and infrastructure.
The bank pledged $9 million from its social impact fund, while Kresge invested another $1.5 million.
The UK regulator has fined State Street for overcharging six clients in 2010 and 2011.
One of Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund has claimed the drugs company made misleading statements on two anti-cholesterol drugs, artificially inflating the share price.
CIO Tom Joy and ethical investment advisory secretary Edward Mason tell aiCIO what was really behind MSCI’s appointment.
Strategic relationships between asset owners and managers aren’t the only kind of alliances shaking up the global investment game.
Research carried out by Norges Bank has found two of the best known global equity benchmarks are converging in terms of risks and rewards.
State Senate President Stephen Sweeney has entered a war of words with Governor Chris Christie over reforms to the New Jersey pension system.
Real assets and dampened volatility are on the menu for institutional investors.
The public pension's plan for a major risk transfer deal is moving ahead, but so is emergency legislation to derail it.
Higher education funds returned 11.7% on average, whereas US public pensions gained 12.4%, according to NACUBO-Commonfund and Wilshire data.
JP Morgan Asset Management’s Paul Sweeting has taken experiences from around the world and come up with the ultimate defined contribution plan blueprint.
Payden & Rygel have advocated looking to Italian financials for credit opportunities.
The corporate sector can help investors prepare for the future.