A busy year for the consultant-turned-investor saw its global assets grow by 33%.
News Archive: Feb - 2015
A Forty Under Forty alum has joined a group seeking to raise disclosure and governance standards in hedge funds.
But fees and regulation worry asset owners and managers alike, according to Preqin.
Four months after his exit from the New Jersey pension plan, the former White House policy advisor is returning to direct private equity investments.
Expected future returns are way down the list when considering a new manager, academics have claimed.
Swedish and Dutch pensions are among a 60-strong group of investors calling for companies to take into account the risks of failing to uphold employees’ human rights.
A collaboration backed by some of the UK’s largest pensions is aiming to roll out more products.
But the approach accounts for less than 4% of the $2.8 trillion hedge fund industry, according to sector data.
For the first time in recent years, a multi-billion dollar US pension-risk transfer will involve an insurer other than just Prudential.
Two former bond traders exploited “weaknesses” in the asset manager’s systems and controls to increase their take of performance fees.
Public pension executives are still waiting for government action after promised reforms were pushed back.
There are substantial barriers to overcome, particularly in collecting and comparing ESG data, according to a study.
Lars-Åke Vikberg has run the KPA public pension fund since 2009.
Meet the professor putting research back at the heart of investing—and the asset manager who’s helping him.