Investors are paying lip service to long-term investing and there is room for significant improvement across the board, say two influential consultants.
News Archive: Jan - 2015
Following an international search, UC has hired Sacramento County CIO Scott Chan to lead the $90 billion system’s public equity portfolio.
More than 40% of US institutions said they outsourced a substantial portion of their portfolios, according to the 2014 NACUBO-Commonfund study.
How bonds beat equities to bolster portfolios over the past 10 years.
The US regulator wants to know more about BNY Mellon’s hiring of potential clients’ staff.
The UK retail chain’s pension CIO is to join Aon Hewitt’s outsourced CIO business.
Boutique OCIO provider FRC will wind down after being dropped by its only client.
After six months of international searching, the Canadian pension has hired from down metaphorical road.
Public or private, real or liquid, finding a bargain asset has become difficult, says the OTPP CEO.
Major investors have gathered in London to learn about infrastructure investment opportunities.
Negotiating power is shifting towards investors as high private equity fees come under scrutiny.
Risk management should be the focus of hedge fund and private equity managers in 2015, Deloitte has said.
Encroaching mutual funds and tighter regulations haven’t dampened the confidence of hedge fund managers in their ability to raise capital.
By taking on public projects the pension has left itself open to new risks, the rating agency has warned.
Nearly 70% of managers believe the rise of passive strategies would not affect alpha generation, according to Northern Trust.