Quantitative easing and monetary policy are likely the only real factors driving your portfolio, GAM managers argue.
News Archive: Oct - 2016
The University of Texas endowment will be led by natural resources and EM director Mark Warner while it searches for Bruce Zimmerman’s successor.
Credit investments chief Adam Vigna is departing to lead equity manager Sagard Capital.
Laurie Martin will support CIO Deborah Spalding in managing the public fund.
The continued swing towards passive investment strategies will see more deals emerge along the lines of Janus-Henderson, Moody’s and Fitch say.
Tom Richardson has been appointed head of risk management at the £10 billion pension pool.
Tim Recker will join the James Irvine Foundation next month.
The CEO and CIO is leaving the $37 billion public endowment after nine years.
United Technologies will transfer $775 million of benefit obligations to Prudential and offer some employees a lump sum payment.
The UK chemical firm has now completed 11 transactions in three years using its innovative “umbrella” contracts.
The longer interest rates stay low, the more difficult it will be for pension funds and life insurance companies to meet liabilities.
Asset managers must calculate and communicate transaction costs to pension investors, says the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.
How liability-driven investors can manage credit spread risk, according to Cambridge Associates.