News Archive: Apr - 2014
Investor confidence may be improving as allocations to new managers are on the rise.
A review of new book by David Iverson, head of asset allocation for New Zealand Super, on belief clarity, signs of bad governance, and uniting asset classes with risk factors.
Cambridge Associates found all active managers are not created—nor perform—equally.
One of the UK’s largest pensions is scaling back the percentage of spend it is allocating to consulting firms.
With new mortality assumptions imminent, reports of a post-recession high for corporate pension funding ratios don't tell the whole story.
The proposed $1 billion allocation to unestablished hedge funds and bond managers would bring the program's total size to $14 billion.
University of Virginia’s CIO Lawrence Kochard discusses riding out the good and the bad times, short-term pools of assets, and real estate troubles.
Leo de Bever will step down as head of Alberta’s $70 billion sovereign wealth fund when the search for his successor wraps up.
From aiCIO Europe's April issue: Frustrated investors express their grievances towards consultants' buy lists. Elizabeth Pfeuti reports.
From aiCIO Europe's April issue: Elizabeth Pfeuti looks at capitalizing on climate change, water scarcities, and socio-political evolution.
From aiCIO Europe's April issue: Charlie Thomas reports on how insurers are managing their assets—or allocating in the dark—with Solvency II.
From aiCIO Europe's April issue: Charlie Thomas on the end of one-size-fits-all lifecycles following the Chancellor's reforms.