Imogen Rose-Smith • June 26, 2017
As institutions pursue more esoteric investments in search of yield, grading their performance becomes that much tougher.
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.
Staff • April 10, 2017
Two-and-twenty fee structures have been all but eliminated from the $25 billion endowment’s hedge fund portfolio — but even Yale has “limited bargaining power” with private equity managers.
Imogen Rose-Smith • April 05, 2017
Ford is plowing $1 billion into impact investing. But can it bridge the divide between grantmaking and investment goals?
Amanda Cantrell • April 03, 2017
Managers who have spun out of the university’s famed endowment have produced mixed results.
Imogen Rose-Smith • April 03, 2017
You can take the rock star out of Jersey, but you can’t take Jersey out of the rock star. Along with NBA star Chris Paul, Jon Bon Jovi is the cornerstone investor in a housing fund for the underserved.
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