With nearly $500 billion already under management, smart beta indices are becoming a more dominant part of the exchange-traded universe, according to Morningstar.
News Archive: Sep - 2015
Alvaro Aguirre-Simunovic is stepping down after the $37.6 billion endowment reported modest returns.
We have stopped getting older—at least for the moment—says the UK’s Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
Standard Life Investments explains what it believes is holding yields so low and for so long.
Substantial drawdowns and crowded trades could “obliterate the alpha” for passive momentum strategies, according to Research Affiliates.
The self-sufficient sovereign wealth fund reveals its approach to investing in smaller stock markets—in particular, its own.
New York City has become a new home for the Middle Eastern investment giant.
The University of Chicago and Harvard are among the top colleges providing talent to the asset management industry, according to eVestment.
A Forty Under Forty alum has stepped up to fill the top role at the UK insurer’s staff pension, while AXA IM has tapped a rival asset manager for a key sales position.
The CIO of the $52 billion Alaska Permanent Fund will take over the prestigious role in October.
The UN-backed PRI has awarded the $300 billion pension fund the highest grade possible for sustainable investing.
If you've not factored in the financial state of your sponsor, your investment strategy could be wrong, academics have warned.
Eight Welsh pensions are planning a collective investment vehicle to pool their passive equity investments.
Paul Yancey is to leave the pension after almost three decades.
The Canadian pension fund has partnered with Mexican investors, as part of a plan to double its infrastructure portfolio by 2018.