The Volcker Rule co-author and Bridgewater alum departs the US Treasury to become UC Regents' first chief risk officer.
News Archive: Jun - 2015
Textron’s CIO and Morgan Stanley’s Caitlin Long on the nitty-gritty of the hibernation-versus-termination debate.
MSCI research shows a momentum approach to ESG can prove fruitful.
Jonathan Grabel, CIO, New Mexico PERA, on what great private equity firms are—and are not.
Former Philips Pensioenfonds CIO Lars Dijkstra talks priorities, success measurement, and how to get a seat at the 300 Club’s table.
Kevin Byrne, a well-respected industry veteran, lost his job over “failure to supervise,” CIO has learned.
Kip McDaniel on elite executive recruiters and their influence over which CIOs are allowed beyond the first room.
The Talent... Allocators How to Lose Jobs & Alienate Everyone Some asset owners parachute into their dream jobs. Most don't.
The “surreal” world of near-zero interest rates means liability-driven investing is being rethought, according to an investor survey.
Hedge fund numbers are levelling out, but performance and fees are moving around.
Elliott Management has hired Manhattan’s deputy district attorney as its general counsel.
The firm’s use of consultants and lobbyists in soliciting asset-servicing business from public pension plans is under investigation.