Insight Investment has strengthened its liability-driven investment team.
News Archive: Nov - 2014
This year has seen the most money in seven years dedicated to private real estate funds targeting Europe.
The institutions’ use of Luxembourg-domiciled shell vehicles has made them the target of tax-avoidance allegations.
Large fund managers’ average pay jumped 8% in 2014 as competition for talent and capital inflows increased.
Weighting your benchmarks away from market capitalisation would reward portfolios with a much better Sharpe ratio, research has found.
It isn’t just Japan’s pension fund that is buying up stocks, according to a new report.
Valuations and future returns have cooled foundations and endowments’ lust for the asset class, an NEPC poll shows.
The Total Return Fund hemorrhaged $27.5 billion in withdrawals in October, an all-time record desertion.
Cambridge Associates found that private equity markets produced superior returns in the short and medium term.
UK charity funds still believe in active management in the face of increasing use of passive strategies by other institutional investors.
The sovereign fund’s CEO has revealed plans to invest up to $20 billion in Asian assets in the next five years.
With the addition of a New York Life alum, the European asset manager has built out its US team to 160 staffers—with plans for more.
European pensions beat their capital market partners in top-level female representation, a survey has revealed.
A philosophical Gross considers why deflation is no longer acceptable, in his latest outlook for Janus Capital.
By more than 100 basis points, higher education funds underperformed public pensions last year, according to NACUBO-Commonfund and Wilshire data.