A UK recession, quantitative easing, and interest rate cuts—economists and asset managers have their say.
News Archive: Jun - 2016
European Editor Nick Reeve on the British public’s decision to exit the European Union.
The consultant highlighted seven areas where the world’s largest pensions and sovereign wealth funds can improve.
Jack Mahler has left his leadership position at the Canadian pension fund, CIO has learned.
Mark Machin appoints three new senior managers as he takes the helm of the $218 billion pension plan.
A depiction of the economic consequences of a vote to leave the European Union, according to the International Monetary Fund.
A Visium PM was found dead Monday following insider trading charges. The $7 billion fund will shut down.
Niklas Ekvall will take the helm of the Swedish pension fund in October.
Harvard’s endowment is further reducing staff size and discontinuing direct equity investments.
An increasing number of business school students are aspiring to private equity jobs, while few seek out roles at hedge funds.
What industry polls are saying about the potential for—and impact of—the UK leaving the EU after Thursday’s referendum.
Anne-Marie Fink is leaving the $8 billion Employees’ Retirement System of Rhode Island for a multi-family office.
The Investment Association and other leading industry representatives want to harmonize national efforts to improve diversity in asset management.
Engagement trumps divestment for the $8.7 billion British university fund.
The $291 billion fund expects to have a permanent leader within weeks.