News Archive: Sep - 2022
Pennsylvania SERS Approves $225 Million in Private Market Investments
Fund for Madoff Victims Tops $4 Billion in Distributions
Justice Department says total recovery from Ponzi scheme has now covered more than 88% of losses.
Penn, Dartmouth, University of Minnesota Endowments Swing to a Loss in 2022
Investment portfolios see sharp reversal from last year’s record returns.
The Pattern Resumes: Jobless Claims Slip, Stock Investors Freak Out
After Wednesday’s rally, buoyant job stats remind investors of the Fed’s tightening ways.
Recession’s Market Impact May Already Be Priced In, Says Vanguard CIO
Gregory Davis predicts that a U.S. economic slump, when it occurs, will be mild.
Former NTAM CEO Forms New Investment Firm
British Pound Falls to All-Time Low Against the Dollar Amidst Political Turmoil
CAIA Announces Bundled Access to Its Curriculum for the Next Exam Cycle
The change from the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association aims to make accreditation more accessible.
Florida Pension Funds Sue Barclays Over $17.6 Billion Debt Over-Issuance
The Miami pensions call the bank’s failure to prevent massive error ‘deliberately reckless.’
Australian Pension Aware Super Launches Real Estate Platform
Pension fund aims for Aware Real Estate to manage more than A$7 billion in assets within five years.
CIO Announces 2022 Asset Management and Servicing Industry Innovation Award Finalists
When the Best Stock Gains Are Made: Overnight
After regular trading hours is when equities increase the most, a Bespoke study finds.
NYC Comptroller Accuses BlackRock of Bailing on Net Zero
Brad Lander says the ‘contradiction between BlackRock’s statements and actions is alarming.’
We’ve Entered the Long-Dreaded Earnings Slowdown, Says Strategist
Comerica’s Lynch thinks S&P 500 profits next year will be flat relative to 2022’s blah showing.