The Government Pension Investment Fund hasn’t factored in a stronger yen to its investment strategy.
News Archive: Feb - 2015
The working group devoted to attracting capital has highlighted pension funds and institutions’ excellent fit as investors.
A major analysis of pension fund investment and returns has revealed three key aspects to outperformance. And, on average, you’re probably getting it right.
Reporting season is unlikely to bring good news for retirement funds, the ratings agency has warned.
“OCIO isn’t the main focus of the business right now,” CIO Lee Partridge says.
The private equity giant refunded certain fees following a US Securities and Exchange Commission examination, but some pensions reportedly discovered the true circumstances only through media reports.
The head of the UK’s national pension fund has resigned from his role to return to the digital payments sector.
Craig Lax, ex-global head of execution, has admitted wrongdoing to settle the SEC’s claims that he oversaw systemic, deceptive overcharging of clients.
The University of California and the Hewlett Foundation have already committed to the White House’s $2 billion climate change initiative.
Public pensions around the UK are working more closely than ever before. But why can’t they all play nicely?
A UK energy company has insured £2 billion of longevity risk, while a survey shows that half of major pension funds could conduct a de-risking exercise by 2020.
Aggregate deficits have ballooned by £101 billion in a month across UK corporate schemes.
Corporate pension funds outperformed public plans in 2014, as well as endowments and foundations.
More assets and options in the truly indexed market create a hostile environment for managers that claim to be active—but aren’t.
OCIO and consulting business growth has fueled yet another better-than-expected round of earnings for Aon.