Asset owners and managers have a lot to say on CEO pay, and it's mostly opposite of corporate stances, according to a recent survey.
News Archive: Oct - 2012
Two academic papers explore the value of private equity, claiming that high fees are spurring direct investment into the asset class.
Fees, fees, and more fees – investors bear the cost of keeping their assets safe.
David Loglisci was sentenced today for allowing a “culture of corruption” to develop while he led the state’s common retirement fund.
Investors should look toward equities to judge the pulse of the high-yield market, a paper by PIMCO's Hozef Arif asserts.
A bill that would prohibit New Jersey's public pension funds from investing in hedge funds or derivative contracts is currently winding its way through the Legislature.
Fiduciary management, outsourcing or delegated investment – whatever you call it, it’s growing across all sectors.
A paper by two Norwegian institutional investment experts argues that asset owners should get active in corporate governance.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is shaking its finger at a pair of hedge fund managers for allegedly defrauding investors--and charging them.
Harvard's flat returns on its $30.7 billion endowment, the largest of any educational endowment worldwide, is a sign that other endowments are in trouble, rating agency Moody's has said.
Investors do not want to pay for active fund management returns – not for equities anyway.
Whatever the election outcome, a Northern Trust survey showed managers are bullish on the United States’ housing and equity markets.
Central banks have taken actions to boost economic growth and prime the "liquidity pump," but how will investors react?
Yes—when investing short-term, according to a study by two Italian researchers.
Thought Quantitative Easing was just harming government bond yields? Think again.