Forget nuclear weapons—the arsenal of the future is sovereign wealth, according to a major research paper.
News Archive: Sep - 2012
The Baltimore Fire and Police Retirement System may be once again on the hook for tens of millions in annual payouts that had been cut in a 2010 reform package.
Executive pay discussions are to come out of the boardroom and into the light as investors push for more say.
The largest public pension in Illinois’ notoriously under-funded system has cut its discount rate from 8.5% to 8%.
The sustainable investing debate has started to be heard more loudly over the last year, Towers Watson explains in a report, adding more fuel to the tension.
The 60.8%-funded public pension system poses a serious challenge to the state's financial health, according to a new report from Fitch Ratings.
Canada is known for its large, sophisticated institutional investors – there may be two more on the way.
After a year-long search, Oregon has someone to manage its pensions.
The market has witnessed an overall growth in institutional equity ownership in the US--has this growth affected market liquidity?
CVC Capital Partners, one of the biggest private equity firms in the world, is selling a 10% stake to three sovereign wealth funds, Reuters has reported.
The Director of the Rotman International Centre for Pension Management thinks it’s time to quit the DB vs. DC argument, and come up with a new breed of pension plan.
European regulators should not be drawn by efforts to ‘water down’ audit regulation, say some of the world’s largest shareholders.
The lawsuit claims a Pennsylvania brokerage arranged a kickback scheme with an insurance company, resulting in a hospital pension being overcharged for an annuity purchase.
The highway bill, signed by President Obama in July, should have substantially lowered aggregate pension funding obligations, yet the picture isn't entirely rosy.
China Investment Corp. is taking a more active role in its foreign investments by forging partnerships with overseas third-party managers.