News Archive: Nov - 2018
Class action suit says toymaker CEO, CFO profited from ‘artificially inflated’ stock.
Daga is reunited with Harvard Management Co. CEO Narv Narvekar.
Platform will invest up to $1 billion in Colombian infrastructure projects and companies.
The plan has committed more than $3 billion overall in 2018 to private markets as CIO William Coaker Jr. builds up the alternatives portfolio.
Fund for state and municipal workers scrambles to find own bailout blueprint to patch up funding.
Departing Merkel has highest confidence rating, with other major leaders lagging behind badly.
EtherDelta founder Zachary Coburn to pay nearly $400,000 in disgorgement and fines.
ITG agrees to second multimillion-dollar settlement with SEC in three years.
Fund names CFO and COO Bo Foged as acting director.
Andy Beshear says dedicated revenue source needed to save state retirement systems.
Canadian pension to contribute €450 million of equity.
Morgan Stanley’s Wilson, who called the 2017 blowout and the 2018 letdown, sees more of the same for next year.
Local 805 Pension Fund can begin cutting benefits as of Jan. 1.