CalSTRS’ Chris Ailman pictures the Power 100 over the last four decades.
News Archive: Oct - 2016
Walter Kress, who formerly managed JP Morgan’s retirement funds, is in his first month in the new position.
Deputy CIO Steve Davis has been appointed to lead the $8 billion fund nearly two years after Scott Chan’s exit.
The Danish fund has poached the head of one of the Nordic region’s biggest asset managers.
“Illusory” risk-return profiles and a lack of quality supply seriously detracts from the attractiveness of the asset class, argues Deutsche Bank.
Forecasts for several mainstream portfolios reveal dismal odds of earning a 5% real return over the next 10 years.
Ultra-low interest rates are placing more emphasis on asset classes that insurance companies cannot manage in-house, surveys show.
The university endowment chief will take home the annual award on December 12 in New York City.
In an asset class where information is king, investors are turning to alternative data in the pursuit of alpha.
Highest-ever aggregate payout to investors is accompanied by a new high in unused capital.
Lee Partridge will act as an advisor to the asset manager “through early 2017.”
The consultant will merge its investment and retirement practices and centralize its investment management capabilities.
Nicole Musicco will succeed Wayne Kozun at the start of 2017.
Managing Editor Sage Um on what makes a truly powerful allocator.