Imogen Rose-Smith • March 22, 2017
Institutional investors ask that Trump’s National Economic Council head to avoid changes to shareholder rights rules.
Staff • March 22, 2017
Following the FCA’s call for greater transparency, UK pension trustees confirm a lack of clarity on costs incurred by asset managers.
The Editors • March 22, 2017
David Rubenstein's Carlyle Group raised immense amounts of capital on the back of its famous board members. Then, the co-founder recounts, it made a lot of money for its investors.
Staff • March 22, 2017
Recent federal requirements for presidential libraries call for significantly more private financing.
Leanna Orr • March 21, 2017
The majority of TRS’ managers liked the new 1-or-30 fee structure, once they understood it. Those who didn’t? They might no longer work for Texas Teachers.
Staff • March 21, 2017
As it becomes more difficult to attract and retain assets, managers are making concessions to win investor capital, a new survey finds.
Meredith Jones • March 20, 2017
The ability to welcome contradiction is the mark of a truly smart cookie. Creating an all-weather portfolio requires investors to do just that.
Joe McGrath • March 17, 2017
Reporting burdens under Solvency II are eightfold the previous requirements, which has even the regulator balking.
Leanna Orr • March 17, 2017
Where do institutions find talent for a job that didn’t used to exist? MIT’s engineering school, for a start.
Imogen Rose-Smith • March 16, 2017
For years, the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System seemed headed for disaster.
Sheila Dang • March 16, 2017
This is the second time in four months that CalPERS has voted to cut benefits for one of its member agencies.
Julie Segal • March 15, 2017
When markets falter, active managers prove their value, says the asset management arm of Prudential Financial.
Staff • March 15, 2017
North America is home to the most investors – and assets – but appetite is growing among Europeans.
Frances Denmark • March 15, 2017
Changes to the Japanese retirement savings system will allow millions into tax-advantaged savings plans.
The Editors • March 15, 2017
No internet, no cell phone, just sporadic news of a stock market collapse: Texas Teachers’ Britt Harris reveals what is was like to be a 28-year old pension manager on October 19, 1987.
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