From aiCIO's June issue: Two central themes emerged at the fourth-annual CIO Summit, held in New York City in April.
News Archive: Jun - 2013
From aiCIO's June issue: In a world of qualifiers, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan needs none: Measured by either investment returns or value added, it simply has been the best pension plan investor in the world over the past 10 years. As a central architect of this success, CEO Jim Leech—who is set to leave the field although not the game—sat with aiCIO Editor-in-Chief Kip McDaniel for an extended Interrogation to discuss exactly that.
From aiCIO's June issue: Brown, the asset management recruiting queen of Russell Reynolds, has an enviable track -record of recruiting CIOs to their positions over her 25-year career. Here’s what she’s learned—and what advice she has for you.
From aiCIO's June issue: What is the right number of LDI providers? Charlie Thomas investigates in the strategy's two main markets.
From aiCIO's June issue: What's next for hedge funds-of-funds? At least one has turned its hand to consulting, and it seems to be working.
From aiCIO's June issue: Charlie Thomas takes the pulse of the risk parity industry in Europe and finds it in good health.
From aiCIO's June issue: Leanna Orr looks at the explosion of MLPs and asks if they can continue to outperform.
From aiCIO's June issue, Charlie Thomas asks where is the sweet spot for concentration in a bond portfolio.
From aiCIO's June issue: Charlie Ruffel examines the changes in the asset management industry and assesses the potential impact.
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The former Cantobank will be used to provide investment and savings products for PFA’s pensioners.
Arizona becomes the latest state to admit it is not rich enough for guaranteed pensions.
The UK’s Pension Protection Fund wants to move beyond grouping assets into hedging ones or return seeking ones.
From aiCIO Europe's June issue: What do young people want? aiCIO knows. Well, at a minimum we know what the young people responsible for billions in assets at the largest European pension funds want.
From aiCIO Europe's June issue: aiCIO chose the Savoy Hotel in London for its pedigree as an innovator in its field. We invited our institutional investor guests for exactly the same reason.