The largest US public pension plan spent $136 million less than the benchmark costs following its cost effectiveness initiative.
News Archive: Apr - 2014
A senior researcher at EDHEC-Risk Institute has told aiCIO there’s a long way to go before smart beta can become a reality for fixed-income portfolios.
Research from ING Investment Management has found most pension funds expect to maintain or increase exposure to the asset.
Investors should compare investment costs to alpha generation and not total return to get a clear idea of how expensive their portfolio is, according to Wurts & Associates.
The firm will now manage upward of $800 billion in assets, making it one of the largest asset management firms in the world.
Denmark’s largest commercial pension fund has increased its stake in Kirk & Thorsen Invest to more than a third.
The Dutch life, pensions, and asset management giant has agreed to pay €80 million to the harbour workers’ pension fund.
Julian Lyne is set to join a rival firm.
Los Angeles is building up a pension problem and one think tank says the Sage of Omaha can solve it.
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority will not recommend lower capital charges for financing infrastructure projects.
A transition in allocation from traditional to a total risk parity portfolio could result in more than a 40% rise in the Sharpe ratio, BlackRock has found.
Editor-in-Chief Kip McDaniel discusses Michael Lewis' new book and the power of the buy-side.
With the Volker Rule, risk retention rules, and more than two-thirds of CLOs reaching the end of their reinvestment period in three years, how should investors prepare?
DC investors are making some smart investment decisions.
The $32.7 billion fund became the first endowment to join the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment and has also signed onto the Carbon Disclosure Project.