The latest UK public pension collaboration claims to be saving more than 50% in management fees.
News Archive: Nov - 2015
In Paris today, Bill Gates is expected to announce a 28-member investment coalition.
“Business legend” Ratan Tata will act as an advisor to the university’s $91 billion in assets.
The ballooning asset class attracted $8.9 billion in the first ten months of 2015.
Politicians could step in to take over investment decisions in “particularly concerning cases” of non-compliance under new local government pension rules.
Take up of ESG lenses could increase after the US clarified that these strategies do not violate fiduciary responsibilities.
With an abundance of new passive products, it’s time to redefine index investing, argues MIT’s Andrew Lo.
The $300 billion public pension plan has released private equity performance fees for the period since 1990.
The ever-increasing premiums intended to close a growing deficit could ultimately push the insurer over the edge.
The Lloyds Bank subsidiary makes its bulk annuity debut with a £400 million buy-in.
Trade body Invest Europe has brought out fresh guidelines for its members to improve transparency in the private-equity sector.
Jim Christensen is returning to QIC after five years at the helm of Australia’s largest corporate pension.
Institutional investors believe corporate governance is a critical driver of performance, but struggle to focus on the long term, Aberdeen Asset Management has argued.
The fast-growing information and data provider to the asset management industry—and Chief Investment Officer's parent company—strengthens its resources.
The 33 local authorities could combine as much as £6 billion by the end of March 2016.