The asset-management consultancy, formerly independently owned, will rebrand as Casey Quirk by Deloitte.
News Archive: Jun - 2016
Stefan Dunatov becomes the first asset-owner CIO to lead the industry think tank.
A doozy of an RFP awaits risk specialists interested in working alongside Meketa.
Multi-asset managers have actually harmed performance via tactical asset allocation decisions, finds Willis Towers Watson.
John Bearman is leaving the UK pension fund after less than four years, CIO has learned.
The University of Notre Dame’s long-serving CIO will lead the $9.5 billion fund’s board of directors.
Providers have suffered from their clients’ de-risking and insourcing, research shows.
O’Connor has added seven portfolio managers from Point72, GLG, and Citadel to its roster.
The $7 billion hedge fund traded on private drug approval info, the SEC alleges.
Research has found significant portfolio overlap between specialists and generalists—as well as comparable risk-adjusted returns.
Bill Gross, Jeff Gundlach, Rick Rieder, and Larry Summers sound off on central bank policy as the Federal Reserve announces its latest interest rate decision.
Mark Walker is the 18th member of the nonconformist 300 Club.
Jason MacDonald will take over the $1 billion fund mid-July.
Ahead of next week’s crucial referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU, CIO looks at some of the pros and cons.
Hanwha Asset Management’s Shinwoo Kang leads the $91.8 billion sovereign wealth fund following the resignation of Heung-sik Choo.