The deals could open up the smaller end of the market to longevity reinsurance, argues Mercer.
News Archive: Aug - 2016
Recent performance has investors wrongly biased against value investing, argues Research Affiliates.
Hedge fund managers’ news consumption can translate to trading volumes and return dynamics, according to a Harvard University study.
The A$34 billion superannuation fund is planning to increase its investment staff by 74%.
Carsten Stendevad has resigned from the Danish pension just two months after the departure of CIO Henrik Gade Jepsen.
Success in unlisted markets is a key indicator of a CIO’s skill, researchers claim.
More than a hundred asset owners and managers called on G20 nations to fulfill the promises of the Paris Climate Agreement.
Transitions for Australian clients will now be run from London.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission said the private equity firm failed to properly disclose conflicts of interest to investors.
The transaction is the latest to take advantage of attractive post-Brexit pricing.
“Stringent” governance is necessary to succeed in the opaque asset class, researchers argue.
Large, diversified asset managers often underperform their smaller, more focused rivals, research shows.
The so-called “$1 billion club” exerts disproportionate influence and capital, according to Preqin.
Corporate plan sponsors offer a good example for defined contribution, NEPC says.
Colin Butterfield joins the $37.6 billion fund less than a month after CEO Stephen Blyth announced his resignation.