Research into 11,000 institutional portfolios found that specialists outperformed the well-diversified.
News Archive: Oct - 2015
Better-than-even chances of underperformance prove more costly than manager fees, a study finds.
Proposed changes to Sweden’s public pension system are “ill-defined and bureaucratic”, fund leaders say.
With more invested assets than hedge funds, the ETF industry is seemingly thriving—but not everyone’s buying in.
New research from Novus examines how three of the biggest activist hedge fund managers create value.
The two consulting firms’ deal marks the second major merger in the crowded OCIO provider space.
Björn Kvarnskog will move to Australia in the New Year to oversee A$39 billion in equity investments.
Can the most influential asset owners save the world?
A $3 billion pension for Denmark’s financial services industry is to become part of PFA from 2016.
Chair Mary Jo White named improper fee and expense practices as one of the US regulator’s primary targets.
The true origins of Editor-in-Chief Kip McDaniel’s copy of the Margin of Safety, and a new scoring system for the Power 100.
A former Bain Capital managing director will take over in the interim while the private college finds a permanent successor.
Say hello to Fidelity Institutional Asset Management, a creation consolidated from Pyramis and several other divisions.
JLT Employee Benefits and Buck Consultants see senior staff changes, while Redington hires to enter the DC market.