Corporate funds have stopped copying from their neighbors—most of the time.
News Archive: Mar - 2016
Smart beta methods can work outside of equity markets, research shows.
The state AFL-CIO chapter presented a plan to drop its alternatives investments and revert to a “responsible, traditional allocation of stocks and bonds.”
Jon Havice and “key principals” of the consulting firm have founded an equities shop, CIO has learned.
The asset management and wealth management groups will team up to target institutional clients with less than $250 million in assets.
The medically underwritten transaction is the biggest of its type in the UK to date.
The last few pensions have declared their plans as the UK pushes on with public fund collaboration.
“We can’t all tilt one way,” the AQR founder explained at an FEG investing conference.
New capital hit just over $4 billion last month, a fraction of the average of $23 billion over the last six Februaries, eVestment reports.
The Rockefeller Family Fund also singled out ExxonMobil, whose stocks it liquidated “effective immediately.”
Long-term cash flows and attractive yields may be driving demand now, but investors may be exposing themselves to risks from new technological developments.
Institutional investors should see the UK’s ailing rental market as an opportunity, says Invesco.
FEG’s Nolan Bean explains why a large retirement system like CalPERS is unlikely to gain alpha from hedge funds.
Private lending gets a seal of approval, with $523 billion in total assets and 86% of investors stating investments met or exceeded expectations in 2015.
How do you invest in your own country’s infrastructure when overseas buyers got there first?