High fees, $1.3 trillion in unspent capital, and soaring valuations—nothing has dampened investor appetite for unlisted equity.
News Archive: Dec - 2015
The $846 billion fund has formally requested to double the target size of its real estate portfolio.
AQR’s co-founder puts recent risk parity performance into perspective.
It’s in with equity and out with bonds, according to a survey of institutional investors.
A trio of Danish pensions have split up after high-level disagreements.
A former UK prime minister, sovereign fund CIO, ECB president, and State Department official have been tapped to join Bernanke on the ultra-elite advisory board.
The $68 billion fund’s inaugural portfolio strategy chief previously served as a BlackRock PM and founded her own firm.
One of the most influential corporate pension CIOs has another board appointment.
Could pooled assets catch on with the UK’s corporate pensions as they have with public funds?
A Bill Gross trainwreck, board meeting catnaps, and big money OCIO offers: Sound familiar?
The ever-dynamic asset class is not for the weak or those with short-term views, research has shown.
Texas Teachers’ CIO imparts wisdom, grooming talent from the ground up.
Reports show investors face mounting risks, especially as new carbon regulations are proposed at the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Activist investors can focus too hard on short-term performance, to the detriment of long-term value.
The hedge fund blamed changing fee levels and the challenge of meeting investor needs.