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News Archive: Jan - 2010
Citigroup and Goldman Sachs are among the 33 companies on the hot seat.
Canadian pension plans rose by 16.2% for 2009, lifted by rebounding equity markets.
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The proposal, if passed, likely would lead to the breakup of some of the nation’s largest banks.
Jackson's resignation comes as the investment company struggles to renegotiate about $22 billion of debt.
Despite positive returns, the retirement system’s portfolio underperformed its internal benchmark.
A new study shows managers have a bullish outlook on equities, increasing their risk tolerance.
Following the recovery in financial markets, Mexico’s pension fund companies more than doubled to a record net profit in 2009.
The acquisition is the first European buyout by Teachers’ Private Capital, the Canadian pension fund’s direct investment arm, since it opened a London office in 2007.
Top concerns among pension plan sponsors are funding status, risk management, and volatility.
At 19.02% year-to-date return, foundations and endowments outperformed other asset owners in the Wilshire TUCS.
In 2008, funders granted more than $850 million in climate-change grants.
The New York buyout firm is expected to finish fundraising for its sixth global buyout fund at the end of June.
A U.S. market regulator hits BofA with a lawsuit for failing to disclose extraordinary losses at Merrill before the acquisition deal in 2008.