As regulators crack down on enforcement, investors need robust compliance structures to avoid expensive fines, according to the Regulatory Fundamentals Group.
News Archive: Apr - 2016
UK pensions hiked their exposure to fixed income last year in the face of low—and in some cases negative—yields.
Jessica Hart, a multi-manager investing expert, has been tapped to lead Northern Trust’s outsourced retirement assets.
A small sample of mutual funds reviewed by the UK watchdog found several shortcomings from asset managers.
The US Department of Labor’s final “conflict of interest” rule will not significantly affect fiduciaries already operating under ERISA.
Kathryn Crecelius will leave the $3.4 billion endowment after nearly 11 years at the helm, CIO has learned.
A former leader of the financial advice industry will become CEO of the Investment Association, and the figurehead of asset managers, later this year.
Ross McLellan and Edward Pennings are guilty of “brazen fraud” and “backroom plotting” in overcharging transition management clients, US prosecutors claim.
In a formal response to Gross’ $200 million lawsuit, PIMCO accuses the former CIO of a “disruptive and unacceptable course of conduct.”
Matt Wilmington has joined to lead major projects with international clients.
The International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds will collaborate with the Hedge Fund Standards Board to improve governance, transparency, and interest alignment.
The insurer expands its American pension-risk transfer business with a $65 million deal with the Diocese of Palm Beach.
How your fund managers will be rewarded in five years’ time is going to be very different from the present, according to PwC.
The $22.7 billion endowment has been paying more to external managers over the last three years—but for top gains.
Enrique Chang's promotion to president and head of investments brings fixed income, equities, and alternatives primarily under his leadership.