Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett has made a major investment in the largest US bank.
News Archive: Aug - 2011
Court documents show Lehman Brothers Holdings executives, including former Chairman Richard Fuld, are seeking the release of $90 million in insurance funds to settle a potential multibillion-dollar lawsuit brought by shareholders.
According to JP Morgan, institutional investors are increasingly rebalancing their portfolios following recent market volatility, targeting investments in high-dividend equities, active emerging markets and selective commodities.
A new poll by SEI asserts that more pensions are using alternatives, with LDI strategies inconsistently used.
Data from the Emerging Market Private Equity Association (EMPEA) shows India and China have taken 68% of total emerging market private equity investment.
Kent County Council has encountered scrutiny from campaign groups for investing £24 million of its pension fund portfolio in tobacco companies.
Agecroft Partners says that hedge funds are better prepared today as a result of the 2008 financial crisis.
Moody's downgrade of Japan's sovereign debt may seem unexpected, but investors are not surprised by the decision.
The Gulf Investment Corporation has announced the appointment of Dr. Russell Read as Deputy CEO and Chief Investment Officer.
Michael Kennedy has been designated as chairman of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board by President Barack Obama.
McGraw-Hill is moving toward a spin-off of its education business as it continues a restructuring of the company, driven by shareholder pressure.
Assets are continuing to flow into the gold bullion ETF as they flow out of the S&P 500 ETF.
Research conducted by Russell Investments warns that the growing trend for mergers among Australia's industry superannuation funds may not be serving the best interests of members.
In a recent report, ratings agency Standard & Poor's revealed that state and local governments are likely to face credit downgrades following a finalization of the US budget.
The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) aims to streamline relationships with external fund managers to aid in pooling information within the organization, Reuters has reported.