Julie Segal • September 25, 2017
The Kabiller Prize, underwritten by AQR’s David Kabiller, this year will recognize MIT’s Robert Langer, a pioneer in nanotechnology.
Joe McGrath • September 23, 2017
Representatives from the world’s largest pension funds will debate best practice in environmental, social, and governance investment at the UN’s annual responsible investment conference.
Amy Whyte • September 21, 2017
More investors have a positive view of the industry compared to a year ago, though hedge funds are still a tough sell, Preqin says.
Amy Whyte • September 19, 2017
In chief executive Narv Narvekar’s first year in charge, the $37.1 billion endowment bounced back from the previous year’s losses but still trailed endowment peers.
Ashby Monk, Jagdeep Bachher • September 07, 2017
In trying to bolster the solvency of our most important social institutions, we have created more billionaires on Wall Street than any other U.S. industry.
Leanna Orr • August 29, 2017
The sought-after position has gone to Christine Kelleher, a placement agent and former acting CIO of Georgetown University’s endowment.
Joe McGrath • August 29, 2017
Investors’ concern over boardroom pay has led to a series of reforms by the U.K. government.
Leanna Orr • August 29, 2017
Sarah Samuels is leaving Massachusetts’ $67 billion public pension fund after a decorated six-year tenure.
Leanna Orr • August 01, 2017
After lagging its peers for years, the LSU Foundation has cut its internal CIO role and shifted investment management to Cambridge.
Staff • August 01, 2017
Researchers at the Swiss Finance Institute reviewed 40 historical bubbles to see whether volatility can be used to predict a market crash. The upshot: perhaps, but not in the way you might think.
Alicia McElhaney • July 27, 2017
Family offices are doing their own buyout deals to avoid fees charged by private-equity firms.
Staff • July 21, 2017
Kim Lew reflects on her first year as the sole CIO of Carnegie Corporation after co-CIO Meredith Jenkins left the endowment.
Leanna Orr • July 17, 2017
Mary Cahill is departing the Atlanta endowment, Institutional Investor has learned, with the school planning a search for her replacement.
Imogen Rose-Smith • July 14, 2017
An innovative fee structure means fund firm Orbis returns money to investors in down years.
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.
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