Interest in infrastructure is growing, thanks to investor demand and a focus on private investment in infrastructure by President Trump.
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Legislature restricts staff discretion over Texas Employees Retirement System's alternative investments.
Money managers without EU-based portfolio management capabilities might lose the right to service asset owners on the Continent.
Market participants foresee mighty oak tree growing from MSCI's China A shares acorn.
Smarter plan designs help defined contribution sponsors close the auto-enrollment savings gap
As the Fed prepares to unwind its massive balance, fixed-income managers are preparing for anything.
Increasingly complex investment portfolios, and the lack of in-house staff, is driving institutional investor appetite for OCIO services.
With many thinking the SEC's tick size pilot hasn't benefited small-cap stocks, what other ways are there to increase liquidity — and potential returns?
As assets continue to flow to DC, Dimensional Fund Advisors is working to bolster its presence in the defined contribution market.
British Columbia's real estate investment management unit is looking to boost its international portfolio while hanging on to its Canadian investments.
At a moment when passive equity managers are gaining ground on active, Willis Towers Watson touts the joys of high-conviction stock picking.
CBRE Global Investors bulks up on infrastructure by acquiring majority interest in Caledon Capital Management.
SSGA executives say the integration of GE Asset Management will be completed by year-end.
U.S. pension boards are under scrutiny, fueling discussions about governance at conferences, retirement boards and statehouses alike.
The current low-return environment combined with a recognized need to build more diversified portfolios is driving increased institutional investor appetite for outsourced chief investment officer services.
Helping employees convert savings in retirement plans into wealth they can draw on in retirement must be a key focus for the industry.
The risk for investors of government intervention to reduce future emissions is much more significant than the underlying risk of climate change itself.
To excel, endowment stewards must be as attentive to potential land mines in governance as they are to those in global markets.
"Pension underfunding is the climate-change moment of social systems" – the line that struck a chord at media outlets across the globe in May, when Michael Drexler said it accompanying the release of the World Economic Forum's white paper on retirement investment systems. A "global pension time bomb with a funding gap set to dwarf the world GDP" read the news release headline.