Tilting an already tilted portfolio can result in higher active share as well as better factor combinations, according to Morningstar.
News Archive: Apr - 2016
In choosing to liquidate their hedge fund portfolios, CalPERS and NYCERS are the exception, not the rule, according to Preqin.
Tight budgets and small internal teams cause health and hospital systems to rely on outside consultants and OCIOs, according to Cerulli Associates.
The AQR founder argues there’s little benefit in timing factors as long as value spreads remain within normal historical ranges.
The sovereign fund has named Group CIO Lim Chow Kiat as deputy president, effective June 1.
The $3 billion pension fund has chosen a new investment chief following Russ Niemie's exit.
Five alumni from the class of 2012 that made us look the smartest.
Kenneth Miranda will begin his post at the $6 billion endowment on July 1.
Kristi Mitchem is to leave State Street after six years.
The world’s biggest asset manager has pushed out Legal & General and State Street.
Brad Woolworth is leaving the $5 billion pension fund after just a year as investment chief.
The Canadian fund has created a new infrastructure subsidiary while the US’ biggest pension is reorganizing its real assets investments.
Mark Amiri left the health care organization in early April, CIO has learned.
Exelon’s Neil Roache has been named CIO of the Johnson & Johnson Pension Trust.
A report claims existing rules are sufficient to manage falling asset liquidity if combined with additional tools.