Keith Shepherd is the second senior executive to leave the UK pension this year, following John Bearman’s exit in June.
News Archive: Aug - 2016
America’s largest pension fund is seeking a head of opportunistic credit for its investment executive group.
The New York City-based school has been sued for $100 million for underperforming funds.
Another US regulator adds to the restrictions faced by the hedge fund manager following insider-trading charges.
Ex-CIO of Southern Methodist University has joined the Cincinnati, Ohio-based consultant and OCIO.
Endowments and foundations are the latest investor group to put pressure on the traditional hedge fund model.
Even in low-inflation environments, portfolios remain at risk of inflation surprises, argues Meketa.
JLT Employee Benefits hires a UK local government pension chief for its new public sector project.
Record-low interest rates have wiped out any gains from asset price recovery, writes Chief Research Strategist Bob Collie.
Underperforming private equity firms often overstate portfolio values when launching new funds, a study has found—but investors don’t fall for it.
As UK public pensions prepare to pool their investments, pension consultants are rethinking their propositions.
Recent poor performance should be recognized as a signal of better days to come, not a reason to divest, argues Ben Inker.
Abbey Life backs the transaction, covering 4,000 UK pensioners.
Each of the three universities is facing litigation over “excessive” fees in their employee retirement plans.
Ex-Bridgewater strategist and former NYC pension advisor will take the helm of the OCIO firm.