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News Archive: Apr - 2015
Fixed-income funds may be taking on more risks than investors realize due to the huge demand for income.
Compensation and transparency issues pushed two trustees to call for the university to take over management of the $1.1 billion fund.
US public pension plans’ oil and natural gas investments averaged cumulative returns of 130% from 2005 to 2013, according to researchers.
Schroders' former CIO on why the industry owes it to defined contribution members to improve its offerings—and soon.
The former chief of the US Federal Reserve will advise the bond giant’s investment process as senior advisor.
Scottish Widows is building a team to break into the growing de-risking sector.
Anne Dinneen, of the James Irvine Foundation, has been hired to manage Hamilton College’s $922 million endowment.
How do you hedge a risk when the tool box is so small—and everyone wants to use it?
As the fog clears... What if investors don't want diversity in asset management?
After a record year for risk-transfer deals, the changing shape of retirement in the UK could mean more capacity for insurers.
Nearly 85% of the world’s largest investors have failed to implement climate-risk management systems, according to the nonprofit Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP).
CIO Europe's editor takes a new path to a familiar place—and finds fellow adventurers en route.