Research reveals that outsourced investment providers are targeting areas beyond their traditional stomping grounds.
News Archive: Oct - 2015
Mark Anson is to lead the endowment and foundation investor beginning next year.
An industrial giant’s pension fund has struck a groundbreaking arrangement involving two insurers and billions worth of liabilities.
The activist investor joins John Paulson in calling for the insurer to spin off its life and mortgage insurance divisions into independent public companies.
The US’ biggest pension is searching for a new risk chief, Sweden’s AP3 has appointed one, and a Power 100 member has added an advisory role to his CV.
The budget bill's new round of premium increases could mean PRT, freezing plans, or the end of DB as we know it, according to experts.
Investors shouldn’t try to pick stocks based on what they think might happen elsewhere, argues AQR founder Cliff Asness.
Virginie Maisonneuve and four former PIMCO equity managers have joined together to launch Maisonneuve Global Advisors.
Competition, falling yields, and a demand-supply mismatch are halting the sector’s surge in popularity.
A performance study by Cambridge Associates suggests diversified growth fund manager selection is “critical” as few products do what they say they will.
Auto-enroll? Nope. Custom TDFs? Wrong again. To build one of the best defined contribution plans in America, Microsoft tossed conventional wisdom in favor of hard data.
Increasing longevity risk will lead to further adoption of de-risking in North America, according to Prudential.
Insurance investment chief Jayne Styles has added another string to her bow in the form of a non-executive position.
Investing via indexes pushes shareholders and companies further apart, according to a report by Hermes Investment Management.
A legacy pension plan has plenty to offer its DC replacement, according to Acatel-Lucent’s CIO.