Stephen Sexauer, former CIO of Allianz’s US multi-asset team, will lead the $10.6 billion portfolio as the fund moves away from OCIO Salient Partners.
News Archive: May - 2015
John Kim’s seven-year tenure in charge of investments has landed him the top job at New York Life.
Brad Johnson of Cambridge Associates will join the $1.4 billion endowment this summer.
Citi, JP Morgan, Barclays, RBS, UBS, and Bank of America were involved in conspiracies to manipulate exchange rates, according to regulators.
The deal marks the first major real asset investment since CalPERS hired its new sector chief Paul Mouchakkaa to replace now-CIO Ted Eliopoulos.
The FCA improperly identified JP Morgan’s ex-international CIO in its London Whale report, a court confirmed.
PGGM has appointed a new steward to oversee its governance arrangements.
A Forty Under Forty alumnus is to take the top job at a UK pension insurer.
One in three financial executives have witnessed unethical and illegal behavior first hand.
A warning has been sounded ahead of an expected in/out referendum in 2017.
One of the largest pension funds in the UK is to outsource its multi-billion investment portfolio—by selling its internal asset manager.
In addition to losing two more key investment personnel, the $20 billion firm will also merge two of its public equity funds.
Deputy CIO Deborah Spalding will step up as interim head of the $29.6 billion public pension fund beginning July 1.
CalPERS could be on the hook for an alleged $100 million oral contract with an ex-manager that it never OK’d in writing.
Two investment consultants that stayed out of the OCIO game have joined forces in the UK.