SAUL’s steadfast CEO is to call it a day after 16 years at the helm.
News Archive: Nov - 2013
Inflows, outflows, ups, and downs—can you remember what has happened in 2013?
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund’s investment manager has explored the issues with investing in infrastructure.
Peter Hansson, CIO of Sweden’s SPK pension fund, talks through his decision to diversify across up to 10 asset classes from his current three.
After one company is targeted by activist investors, its industry peers tend to proactively make policy and governance changes to ward off similar attacks, according to a study.
Investment consultants expect their outsourced CIO business will comprise 18.5% of their total assets by 2016, Cerulli Associates’ research has found.
Investment managers need to realise the old TDF theory is defective and needs replacing, a paper has claimed.
A study found the shift from GAAP to mark-to-market accounting practices has no significant effect on corporate finances and stakeholders’ functions.
From aiCIO magazine's November issue: How leading-edge managers have cut across silos, making risk factors the lingua franca of liability management. Leanna Orr reports.
From aiCIO magazine's November issue: Why Europe’s asset managers want America’s liabilities. Charlie Thomas reports.
From aiCIO magazine's November issue: Exelon's CIO Doug Brown on using LDI to take down nuclear plants in America.
From aiCIO magazine's November issue: Sage Um reports on CIO Brian Pellegrino's choice not to implement an LDI program.
From aiCIO magazine's November issue: Innovations in LDI tools, products, and ideology. Elizabeth Pfeuti reports.
From aiCIO magazine's November issue: Kip McDaniel on the illusion of the silent pension-risk transfer space.
From aiCIO magazine's November issue: Elizabeth Pfeuti reports on why pension boards are leaning more and more on third parties when it comes to LDI.