The Netherlands, France and Germany will hold elections leveraging populist influence.
News Archive: Jan - 2017
China shows highest growth at 20.3% in enterprise annuity assets.
Guy Hands to run businesses with his wife and family.
The insolvent $85 million pension fund is the first multiemployer plan to reduce benefits for current retirees.
Michael Cohen and Vanja Baros were “masterminds” behind the hedge fund’s alleged corruption, the SEC claimed.
The freeze puts increased focus on asset managers, their systemic risks, and the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule.
The New York City Bureau of Asset Management promoted Alex Doñé and Michael Haddad to the deputy roles.
CEO Narv Narvekar has begun his overhaul of the $35.7 billion endowment.
Maximizing factor-investing returns only over the long-term can put CIOs at risk of being fired over short-term performance, Research Affiliates argues.
The telecommunications company has insured an additional $125 million of its UK pension plan.
Scott Hayward will take the helm of the value-investing firm come February 13.
Mubadala Development Company and International Petroleum Investment Company will join forces as Mubadala Investment Company.
Portfolio strategist David Lee has been named acting director following the retirement of Greg Kulka.
Average actuarial assumed rates of return remained stagnant at 7.5% last year despite two-fifths of pensions lowering expectations.
The hedge fund-of-funds’ investment team will remain intact, while the annual SALT conference will be spun out.