Pension fund defends use of “essential” asset class, despite high fees.
News Archive: Jun - 2017
Mild June forecast, weakening of Brazilian currency, and loosening of Indonesia’s export restrictions contributed to worldwide losses, report says.
China-focused emerging market funds leading global returns, and are up a whopping 11.60% YTD.
Pension enrollment jumps by 5.4 million between 2012 and 2016.
Companies are developing agile and flexible strategies to work with “uncertainty as the new normal,” report says.
Japanese equities head to retire and subsidiary Cazenove Capital appoints new UK CEO.
Other benefits include golf membership, termination clause.
The district says the loan “creates sufficient cash” in order to fulfill pension obligations.
If the two rumored candidates are confirmed, the board will see its first Republican majority since the Bush administration.
Cambridge Associates and IEN outline why purpose, priorities, and principles are rules of thumb for ESG investing.
The philanthropy foundation’s director, president to step down in order to aid its leadership transition.
But despite divestment, fund still owns hundreds of millions of dollars in fossil fuel stocks.
New Board and CEO announced, with company to retain Equip name.