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News Archive: Sep - 2014
Research by Preqin shows a lack of alignment of interests through fee structures is a major barrier to private equity investment.
Expensive valuations and increased competition have halted leveraged buyouts in 2014, according to the firm’s analysts.
One trustee called the public pension’s contract with OCIO Salient Partners “exorbitant,” charging “outlier-type fees.”
The veteran endowment CIO will take home the most important Industry Innovation Award at a dinner on December 8 in New York City.
The head of asset management at Sweden’s third public pension fund has left his role ahead of an overhaul of the system.
The $180.7 billion public pension fund and Goldman Sachs will work closely on “dynamic manager selection opportunities” in global equities.
Carol Boykin will be the United Nations’ first representative of the secretary-general for investments.
Should regulators be scrutinising bond fund liquidity? Some in fixed income markets think so.
Equity chief Nik Amlizan Mohamed takes over with immediate effect at the helm of the $31 billion public pension fund.
After six and a half years at the $1 billion endowment, David Marcus is set to step down.
The total settlement from seven private equity firms amounted to almost $600 million.
What started as a critique of CPPIB's expense accounting has spiraled into partisan accusations of deception, bureaucratic bloat, and “empire building.” Leanna Orr investigates.
Custodians are striding in to fund management as banks fade out of the sector.
Mathew Martoma is the seventh ex-SAC Capital employee to be convicted of insider trading.