One region’s asset managers are trailing the global average when it comes to income.
News Archive: Mar - 2015
An Albourne co-founder and one of CIO’s 25 Knowledge Brokers is to stand down in August.
The popularity of “alternative beta” strategies has begun to attract the attention of financial watchdogs on both sides of the Atlantic.
Neil Petroff, CIO of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, will step down two months from now.
Bob Grady has been cleared of wrongdoing by New Jersey’s ethics commission following union accusations of pay-to-play and political impropriety.
A paper published by the European Central Bank suggests how fund managers could avoid another run on the money markets.
The former chairman of the Federal Reserve has launched a blog.
Institutional mandates increased in price by 60% in some cases, consultant research has found.
Using a tailored yardstick is essential when examining multi-asset performance, a consulting firm warns.
Reporting standards at hedge funds don’t appear to bear any relation to performance, according to a study.
The firm so well known for LDI has brought onboard a leader in lifetime income products for DC plans.
Greg Williamson, longtime CIO of BP, has resigned to become CIO of the American Red Cross.
An investor survey has shown very few investors want these new products—despite the sales push.
Research into a Finnish fraud shows how investment ideas—both good and bad—can spread.
Martin Drew will head up the A$4.5 billion Australian industry superannuation fund.