President and CEO of Commonfund Verne Sedlacek will exit the company once a replacement is found—but it could take another 12 months.
News Archive: Jun - 2014
The former CIO and now independent investment adviser wants CIOs to play the power game and be tougher on managers and pick the "bloody boring" passive route.
More evidence is emerging of investors striking up bespoke partnerships with hedge funds.
Editor-in-Chief Kip McDaniel on the new beginning of Chief Investment Officer Magazine—a fundamental redesign of the brand along with nips and tucks on both print and online that help us present a fresh face to the world.
The Californian pension has agreed a plan with the bankrupt city of San Bernardino to repay deferred debts.
The search for CalPERS' new chief is underway and the CIO editorial team has a few (unscientific) guesses as to who could take up the "dream" job.
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund is serious about its diversification plans, with changes ahead for its equities, fixed income and real estate holdings by 2016.
Venerable consultancy NEPC has a fresh, young new CIO. Now he needs the next big idea.
After five years of silence, #TheRecession makes a return with more of his erratic rant against bitcoin, the sequester, Silicon Valley, and the magazine.
The CEO and CIO of the Public Sector Pension Investment Board in Canada is switching to take on the same role in his hometown of Victoria, British Columbia.
To start a magazine, it helps to be a hedgehog (if any pedants are reading this, it perhaps should be said that it helps to be like Isaiah Berlin’s hedgehog). And like that hedgehog, you need to know only one big thing, says CIO Founder Charlie Ruffel.
The consultancy firm and ratings agency have added new fund and manager analysis tools to their product rosters.
The Switzerland-based CEO has taken on a complementing role.
If you want to keep outperforming, stay—or become—small.