US public pension plans thought more globally than corporate funds, with higher allocations to emerging market private equity.
News Archive: Oct - 2014
Only 36% of US activist investors say they have an average holding period of more than one year, according to a survey.
Fund managers' compensation is on the up, as hedge fund and investment banking incentives stagnate, say consultants.
A larger allocation to hedge funds could reduce risk and increase the Sharpe ratio, but the current fee structure “feeds mediocre strategies,” according to MPI.
An increasingly complex financial world does not call for more complex portfolios, according to Idaho public pension’s CIO.
A judge will decide next week whether Detroit’s plan to slice $7 billion of debt is feasible.