Institutional investors recorded positive returns for the quarter ended March 31 despite slowing U.S. economic growth.
Temasek reduced compensation of the team that made an FTX investment recommendation and of senior management responsible for investment decisions.
Market sell-offs, seen as key to a Democratic-Republican compromise to end their debt-ceiling standoff, could offer buying opportunities.
Institutional investors continue to increase downside protection and active hedging programs as they worry about global inflation.
Singlife has been working on setting up an investment team, developing a sustainability framework and improving cohesion across insurance policies.
Investors grapple with war in Ukraine, growing U.S. and China tensions, and doubts that Congress will resolve debt-ceiling fight.
As autocratic governments account for a bigger swath of the investment opportunities set, some managers say there’s a need to take a stand.
Portfolio managers and consultants are divided over the efficacy of the 60/40 asset allocation after historically bad returns last year.
South Korea's National Pension Service will allocate $1 billion to be benchmarked to FTSE Russell's newly launched real estate index.
BlackRock’s Rick Rieder said at the Morningstar conference that the Fed should exercise patience in its drive to curb inflation.