Current Columbia CIO Peter Holland will replace Narvekar, who takes over Harvard's $36 billion endowment on December 5.
News Archive: Sep - 2016
The hedge fund group made “illicit payments” to African officials for access to mining assets and to encourage investment in Och-Ziff funds, the SEC alleged.
The relocation will help attract more investment talent and place the fund “closer to world markets,” its CFO says.
Can liquid alts provide the same benefits as a traditional hedge fund—or are they just a cheap knock-off?
Fiat Chrysler’s Angela Buk will fill the role left open by Paul Cavazos’ summer departure.
The state pension aims to reallocate towards low-cost passive funds in a bid to cut costs and boost returns.
Following Phil Zecher’s appointment as its first CIO last year, the endowment has hired two new investment officers.
Soaring costs could mean no FTSE 100 employee has access to a DB pension in three years’ time, a consultant has warned.
Hedge funds negotiate the fewest side letters with corporate pensions and non-profit institutions, according to law firm Seward & Kissel.
Fewer updates on price movements leads to riskier investments and higher returns, research shows.
More than two-thirds of surveyed investors planned to grow their allocations to the asset class over the long term.
Leon Cooperman and Omega Advisors allegedly profited from nonpublic information, the SEC claims.
Two of the UK’s largest asset owners have created new roles as they expand their in-house teams.
Charles Haigh, the consultant’s hedge fund co-head, has joined the $1.6 billion endowment as an investment director.