America’s largest pension will turn its axe on up to $3 billion of real estate assets.
News Archive: Jun - 2015
The ex-bond king says it doesn’t make sense for PIMCO to use derivatives to manage liquidity and outflows from funds.
Investors are putting their faith in outsourcing—but how many really know what they are getting?
Does it matter where your hedge funds are based? The performance numbers say it does.
Sovereign wealth funds are likely to be the main driver of growth in alternative assets, a report claims.
“Cost synergies” are promised as the consultancy giant teams up with insurance broker Willis.
The SEC said the private equity powerhouse unfairly charged its limited partners $17 million in fees for failed buyout deals over six years.
CIO’s European Editor on why knowing what you’re getting into costs less than getting out of it.
The de-risking giants have sealed a major pan-Atlantic longevity transaction.
Alpha, schmalpha—CIO looks at where you could really lose and gain money. And it's not your stock-picking.
Why it could pay to consult a calendar before committing to a hedge fund.
Dutch pension giants APG and PGGM have set out how European policymakers can get investor support for increased local investment.