Profit sharing at private equity firms is more closely tied to tenure and seniority than to actual investment performance, finds Harvard Business School.
News Archive: Jun - 2016
Charged with fraud, NY’s correction officers’ fund chief faces 40 years in his own members’ lockup.
Vicky Williams has left the oil giant’s UK pension team to become a consultant.
With no successor named, Heung-sik Choo departs to oversee $130 billion investment pool.
As investors pull away, funds are promising lower management fees and more transparency.
For funds facing rising deficits, Cambridge Associates argues that hedge funds are the key to funding liabilities.
Research by consultants, law firms, etc. adds no value in private equity, a study finds.
Auto-enrolment and auto-escalation in DC plans could reduce Americans’ retirement shortfall by as much as $740 billion, CEO Ron O’Hanley has argued.
The $217 billion pension fund’s outgoing CEO and his successor respond to recent criticism of CPPIB’s investing strategy.
After nearly 30 years, the managing director departs for Mutual of Omaha.
Providers are already finding answers to long-term challenges, argues Fitch Ratings.
What asset owners can learn from Hulk Hogan’s lawsuit financing.
Investor risk perceptions can heavily influence international stock liquidity, a study has found.
Most North American plan sponsors have already adopted liability-driven investing—but some are beginning to consider pension-risk transfers.
European asset owners voted for the continent’s top young leader at CIO’s Innovation Forum.