Imogen Rose-Smith • June 14, 2017
Do women on boards make a difference to stock performance? One academic says maybe not.
Staff • June 13, 2017
In his latest monthly outlook, Gross says central banks have lured investors into a false sense of security.
Joe McGrath • May 25, 2017
Asset managers are willing to consider esoteric investments as they increasingly seek new ways to diversify their portfolios.
Staff • May 24, 2017
The treasury is requesting a nearly $10 million budget increase in order to hire more investment and support staff for its $94 billion portfolio.
Ashby Monk • May 22, 2017
‘How are we going to improve, let alone maintain, our returns in what looks to be a lower-returning future going forward?’ ~ Everybody
Joe McGrath • May 19, 2017
As the European Central Bank pushes to accelerate its Capital Markets Union program, fund firms are told to expect a single, cross-border regulator.
Alicia McElhaney • May 18, 2017
The European Commission is offering incentives to help fill a massive funding gap for infrastructure projects.
Staff • May 17, 2017
John Ritter has left Texas Teachers to lead UC’s growing real assets team.
Staff • May 09, 2017
With the Trump administration considering a U.S. exit from the Paris Agreement, 217 institutional investors representing $15 trillion urge renewed commitment to the climate treaty.
Alicia McElhaney • May 08, 2017
At his annual shareholder meeting, the Berkshire Hathaway Chairman reiterated that investors are better off avoiding actively managed funds.
Leanna Orr • May 03, 2017
Longtime director Tykie Tobin plans to retire, and the $850 million endowment in Washington is searching for a successor, Institutional Investor has learned.
Leanna Orr • April 25, 2017
Randy Kim will become the inaugural CIO of the $1 billion Texas charity, II has learned.
Staff • April 19, 2017
Allocating to firms whose activities run counter to an organization’s mission can serve as a “mission hedge,” according to Federal Reserve research.
Kip McDaniel • April 14, 2017
Endowment capital innovation began before alternatives. As Institutional Investor reported in September 1967, it started with stocks. By Kip McDaniel
Staff • April 12, 2017
The stock market is becoming a “holding pen for massive, sleepy corporations” with low growth prospects, a Duke law professor says.
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