After a dismal 2009, the private equity space still looks bleak.
Suit says bonuses "highlight the complete breakdown" of corporate oversight, saying Goldman’s payouts harm shareholders.
Increases in global equity prices helped lift returns of Japanese corporate pension funds.
Nick Stacey has been named associate director of manager selection at the £16 billion ($25.6 billion) Barclays U.K. Retirement Fund.
Predictions for 2010 and the upcoming decade from Bob Doll at Blackrock, the world’s biggest asset manager.
The influential bond fund manager, warning of “carefree check writing,” said that with central bank support removed, markets may suffer.
A recent study shows U.S. college and university endowments lost nearly one-fifth of their value in the 2009 fiscal year.
A new report shows that nearly half of money managers surveyed do not consider climate risks in their investment decisions, considering them financially irrelevant.
For more than eight years, one of the highest paid employees at Wesleyan used university access and funds to make money at other companies and finance family vacations and international recreational trips, the suit alleges.
State Street Global Advisers (SSgA) has been ordered to pay more than 40 million euros ($58 million) in damages to Stichting Pensioenfonds OPG for investment losses.
Larry Schloss has agreed to become the next chief investment officer for New York City.
AIG has sold its Canadian mortgage insurance unit to Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan.
In the latest example of pension funds suing financial institutions, a Virgin Islands pension fund has sued Morgan Stanley over CDO sales.
The Revelation of the Full Extent of American Endowment Problems Entering 2009, the world knew that trouble was afoot at America’s largest endowments. Reports were emerging from Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Harvard, and others as early as September 2008 that
(December 23, 2009) – Pension fund consultancy Mercer is headed to trial in Alaska over charges that it underestimated liabilities and then failed to admit theerror to the state’s pension and health plans for public employees. Mercer’s motion to