News Archive: Feb - 2019
Hedge fund honcho looks to strongest companies (seems like the FAANG bunch) to do best in turbulent 2019.
Thanks to unlisted assets, AP6 fund beats the market and peers, but not its record from last year.
However, bill would need 60 of 100 House votes to pass.
Preqin report says high pricing is putting pressure on future returns.
Treasurer Magaziner pulls ESG proxy proposal.
Pritzker’s plan to bolster the underfunded public pension system via new taxes ‘punts’ on meaningful change, S&P says.
As funds lock in 2018 gains, high-quality fixed income could become harder to find, Goldman Sachs exec says.
Plan is essential if CalPERS wants to avoid increasing its approximate $140 billion unfunded liability, Meng says.
If the jobless rate climbs by 0.5 point, history shows that an economic slump is coming, Natixis’ Lavorgna warns.
Amid acrimony and a deadlocked legislature on the retirement plan issue, small signs of change are welcome.
The two new leaders will develop the fund’s emerging manager programs and administrational functions.
Truck manufacturer transfers $268 million to two insurers.