Kathleen Jacobs will join the $3.5 billion endowment from New York-Presbyterian Hospital beginning in August.
News Archive: May - 2015
After a year in the role, CIO Jagdeep Bachher’s new approach is taking shape.
If more countries ran their pension systems like Denmark, financial crises could be a thing of the past, a think tank has claimed.
His “short of a lifetime” pulled Janus' unconstrained fund from middling performance to the near bottom of its peer group.
Some 11% of hedge fund managers command an overwhelming 92% of total industry capital.
Diversifying into emerging market debt may not be as straightforward as some would have you believe.
Internal management is becoming increasingly important for the sovereign wealth fund.
A list of six funds whose managers have pulled their entire $1M+ personal investments.
The German banking giant settles yet another investigation while shareholders demand a revamp of the management board.
Patrick Carroll will now police the investment bank from within its compliance department.
Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter—and what they mean to your investments.
The hunt for yield is only getting harder.
Ron Barin has joined the institutional investor group committed to questioning the status quo.
The SEC has alleged that an Atlanta, Georgia-based advisory firm broke the law when recommending alternative investments to public sector pensions.
Canadian pension funds’ allocations have trumped US funds’ by almost six fold, according to Preqin.