investors are bullish on alternatives and say they would boost their
allocations to hedge funds and private equity in 2015, according to a large survey.
$50 billion in fresh capital has come into the private real estate sector this year, even as the asset class faces fiercer competition and rising prices.
One in five UK pensions could be forced into the country’s lifeboat fund by 2050 if bond yields fail to meet official projections, a consultancy has claimed.
Good news: Your funding shortfall is soon to be erased. Bad news: You can forget your inflation hedging plans.
The UK’s chancellor has proposed to turn the screw on individual fund managers who are paying less tax than they ought to.
Surh will leave the $3.5 billion endowment on December 31, 2014 after five
years as chief investment officer.
Dumping coal and oil company assets would likely hurt the world’s largest sovereign fund more than it would help the planet, its board concluded.
A UK consultant asks whether it is time to reassess how we label investments.
on the heels of LSE’s acquisition of Russell Investments, LGIMA has launched a
US index fund business of its own.
As the $124 billion pension plunges ahead with its overseas expansion, a private equity veteran has taken over its EMEA operations.
Some £10 billion in public money could be pooled in a push against the UK’s government’s move towards passive investment.
Helen Roberts is to return to the fixed-income sector, joining ECM Asset Management.
$630 million fund is set to close following chronic underperformance.
KPMG finds just three of 16 fund managers have any female executive directors.
Bespoke equally-weighted benchmarks are the way forward for active management, says the world’s biggest sovereign wealth fund.