Asset owners surveyed by Fidelity reported strong chances of excess return despite market uncertainty.
News Archive: Nov - 2016
With more than $9 billion in asset manager M&As already underway in 2016, consolidation has become—pun intended—quite a big deal.
Plan sponsors have “scrambled” to reduce their liabilities as a result of the rising premiums, according to NEPC.
Christopher Saik will lead the $800 million fund after a year-long search.
Hedge funds that fail to hedge against investor withdrawals generate the worst performance, a study finds.
Are plan sponsors trying to solve the wrong problem?
Fund closings have been double fund launches for the past two years.
Defined benefit pensions are in decline, nowhere more so than in the UK. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to secure them.
Janet Handley will be retiring after more than 15 years at the College Station, Texas-based fund.
Post-crisis rulebook updates are raising hedging costs on both sides of the Atlantic.
The Singapore sovereign fund has reshuffled its leadership once again just months after making a number of changes in June.
Consultants put too little weight on manager fees and fail to identify managers that offer better returns, the Financial Conduct Authority said.
The Pension Protection Fund hired Trevor Welsh just over a year ago to insource its LDI capabilities. CIO finds out how he’s progressing.
Yatin Patel and Michael Buchman have been leading the foundation since Randy Kim’s abrupt exit in May.