AQR’s founder argues expected returns are likely to be lower and risks higher, as factor investing becomes more popular.
News Archive: Aug - 2015
Lindel Eakman is leaving his position at the $35 billion endowment to launch a new venture capital fund.
The IRS, SEC, and 13 state pensions have all moved to force private equity firms to fully disclose fees, pay taxes on them, and repent to clients when they don’t.
If you want the best chance of top-quartile performance, turn to venture capital or buyout private equity funds.
An ex-Mercer consultant and a former World Bank economist have joined the Chicago-based firm.
Despite lower returns, nearly 60% of foundations increased their spending rates, according to Commonfund and the Council on Foundations.
Risk parity powerhouses on why the strategy delivered on its promises during the recent days of stock markets crashes and rallies.
The $4 billion fund hired a public pension CIO to replace Scott Seidle, who takes on a larger role.
Aviva Investors’ Trevor Welsh joins the UK’s lifeboat fund as its first head of LDI.
America’s largest pension has weighed in on the proposal to extend fiduciary duty to retirement advisors.
AP1 and AP2 team up with property specialist TIAA-CREF to build out their joint property portfolio.
Interest rates may still be at record lows, but that has not stopped some money market fund providers from inching up their charges.
Former Federal Reserve governor Jeremy Stein and Canyon Partners co-CEO Joshua Friedman have joined the board of Harvard Management Company.
Investors can access the risk premia from some hedge funds on more favourable beta-like terms, claims bfinance.
Now more Quirk than Casey, younger co-founder Kevin Quirk takes over the chairmanship from John Casey, who is transitioning to a senior advisor.