The private equity secondary market has become a white-hot investment sector, with managers raising record amounts of capital.
Though somewhat lagging in the fight for cybersecurity, institutional investors are waking up to the importance of keeping data safe against hackers.
Canadian pension plans have a leg up on U.S. counterparts when it comes to compensating private equity direct investments staff.
Westpac's delay in finding a suitable owner for its Hastings' infrastructure unit has prompted one big client's defection and raised fears of another.
A new Nevada law increases fiduciary responsibilities, bringing praise and criticism.
The success of reducing the settlement cycle in the U.S. to T+2 has some people wondering if there could be a further reduction.
New York State Teamsters Conference Pension and Retirement Fund, Syracuse, will implement a benefit reduction plan on Oct. 1, following a participant vote posted on the Treasury Department website Wednesday.
Hurricane Irma has created some headaches for pension plans and money managers in South Florida, but emergency preparedness has prevented too much disruption.
Institutional investors play a prominent role in "Principles," Raymond T. Dalio's new book about his life and work as the founder, co-chief investment officer and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates LP.
Aon's pending acquisition of The Townsend Group highlights the pressures facing specialty consultants.
Money managers fret about valuations, but agree they need to remain risk-on in order to satisfy investors' thirst for returns.
The giant California Public Employees' Retirement System is mulling new approaches to private equity investing.
U.K. corporate retirement plans are turning to target-date funds in the wake of pension freedoms adopted in 2015.
An investment manager speaks – sparingly – of his firm's cybersecurity efforts.
The reduction of the trade settlement cycle to trade plus two days, or T+2, in Canada went as smoothly as it did in the U.S.
In another reversal of fortune – this time for the better – more hedge funds and hedge fund-of-funds saw a rise in assets than sustained losses for the year ended June 30.
Faced with a rising number of cyberattacks retirement plan executives are beefing up security and working with providers to create better ways to keep assets and data safe.
The discussion of the merits of including environmental, social and governance factors in investment decisions seems to be over. Research suggests that correctly used they do not add to risk or hurt returns, and might add value.