Ken Lambden, former chief of Schroders’ Australian business, will replace current CIO Marino Valensise at Barings Asset Management.
News Archive: Aug - 2014
Annual fees rose 475% while assets fell in value under the bank’s care, an endowment alleges.
Plan sponsors must manage participants’ benefit expectations to contend with diminishing financial resources, according to strategy firm EY.
The deputy CIO of Kentucky Retirement Systems on why (and how) volatility cones can help asset owners separate manager skill from luck.
Both firms have named former pension investment staff to leading retirement-focused positions.
After more than a year of sluggish interest, some signs point to macro strategies regaining popularity.
The banking giant has reached a deal with two firms to sell 50% of One Equity Partners as it continues “pruning” unnecessary divisions.
Gambling money has been flooding into Macau—and the IMF wants it managed properly.
The founder of Bayou Hedge Fund Group—a $450 million fraud—has once again failed to give his felony sentence the slip.
Shore, who has served as the university’s finance chief for six years, is the latest of a series of high-level financial officers to make their exits.
Called “a stalwart of the UK pensions industry,” Sally Bridgeland has been inducted into a group that challenges the current investment landscape.
The private consulting firm beat out 18 competitors to help manage Texas A&M’s $3.66 billion investment program.
Anthony Blumberg “directed a culture of deception and greed” at the offshore broker-dealer, according to an SEC enforcer.
New and exotic factors are less likely to earn excess returns or perform persistently, researchers have said.
The Malaysian government has said it would pay $437 million as part of a “holistic restructuring plan” following the airline’s recent tragedies.