One of the UK’s biggest pensions has sold interests in 13 vehicles to private equity specialist Ardian, preparing to go direct.
News Archive: Jan - 2016
New CIO Greg Williamson has opened the search for two top staffers for the $5 billion foundation.
Is hedging your equities portfolio against market risks worth it? Experts say it rarely pays off.
A quarter of institutional investors are already outsourcing to some extent, and that number will only grow, according to Natixis Global Asset Management.
The Dutch pension manager has confirmed the permanent replacement for Dick Sluimers.
The most contentious parts of New Jersey's $79 billion portfolio also performed the strongest last year.
Private equity funds need to invest in digital operations to meet investors’ demands for transparent reporting—or outsource.
Canada’s largest ever bulk annuity transaction involves not one, but two separate pension funds.
Detailed analysis by European regulators indicates investor intentions don’t always translate to action.
A difficult 2015 fiscal year pushed endowments’ 10-year returns down to 6.3%, according to NACUBO-Commonfund’s annual study.
The city’s investment office said it will “re-engineer” every process of operation to bring the pension system into the 21st century.
For pension systems with deficits to close, it’s time to dump “safe haven” bonds, specialists argue.
The secondaries market has never been so hot.
Opportunistic and dynamic strategies are key to adding value as few asset classes are still considered “cheap.”
Forecasts based on typical techniques are “indistinguishable from random noise” for shorter time horizons, according to a Dutch central bank researcher.