Endowment outsourcing arm Covariance will leap in size by a third after securing a major mandate.
News Archive: Aug - 2015
One of Europe’s biggest asset owners wants to set a new standard for salaries and bonuses in the financial and corporate worlds.
Research finds no historical evidence for higher interest rates increasing price dispersion in equity markets.
The Power 100 member will leave the A$34 billion fund after 10 years.
Attracted by Arden's liquid alts and hedge fund platforms, Aberdeen has inked its second big acquisition in as many months.
The excess returns earned from holding smaller companies may not be as great as in the past, research has suggested.
SPH removes performance bonuses for asset managers as it de-risks its €9.5 billion portfolio.
The Maryland Public Policy Institute has released a study critiquing active management in all forms—during the post-Crisis bull market, at least.
A survey by Aon Hewitt suggests that pension insurers may have to fish in smaller ponds to attract buy-out business.
An investigation into valuations in the PIMCO Total Return Active ETF’s portfolio could prompt civil action against the asset manager.
Foundations represented 28% of total US-based real estate investors, but just 2% of invested capital.
Long-only, rebalancing schedule, tracking error: Mandates come constrained, and two research analysts say it’s high time attribution methods caught up.
An infrastructure expert from Lloyds Bank has been hired by the Pensions Infrastructure Project to lead the expansion of its internal team.
A pioneer of the leveraged buy-out, Jerome Kohlberg has died aged 90.