Investors and managers are betting the fairly undeveloped market won’t be like that for long.
News Archive: Jul - 2013
BNY Mellon, State Street, and Northern Trust don’t earn enough from core custody, Moody’s suspects.
Almost three-quarters have total veto power over hedge funds, a Deutsche Bank survey has found.
Assets aren’t only affected when interest rates rise and fall: when they’re static it’s bad news for pension funds too.
In this second half of aiCIO’s feature into risk parity’s most traumatic quarter, Bridgewater, Invesco, AQR, Lombard Odier, and Northwater Capital outline the changes each has made to its risk parity product to help it withstand future hardships.
In the first of a two-part feature, Bridgewater, Invesco, AQR, Lombard Odier, and Northwater Capital explain why their products’ returns recently fell, and why investors shouldn’t be concerned.
Looking outside the Land of the Rising Sun for investments is becoming a trend for Japan’s pensions.
Taft-Hartley funds will have to adapt to survive, according to many of those running them.
At a Toronto summit, institutional investors called for an end to quarterly reports, and new era of asset owner collaboration.
An MSCI database of institutional fee deals shows a wide range of final terms, and scarce correlation between fees and performance.
The answer might surprise you. (Clue: it’s not capital-related.)
Canadian pension funds (probably) celebrate the day with lots of investment news.
The Dutch care and welfare sector pension fund finally throws the towel in on tobacco after negotiations to improve conditions fail.
JP Morgan Asset Management white paper claims there are too many hurdles for IORP’s First Pillar to be put back on the table.