The manager of Norway's sovereign wealth fund continued to focus on responsible investment in 2020 despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Nordea will exit its subcustody business in the Nordic nations and has entered into a strategic referral pact with Citi for the services.
PGIM Real Estate will promote from within to fill new senior positions in Europe, effective March 1.
South Korea's National Pension Service achieved an investment return of 9.7% in 2020, with assets growing 13.2% to $765.9 billion.
Wells Fargo is selling its $603 billion money management unit to private equity managers GTCR and Reverence Capital Partners.
Daniel McHugh was appointed CIO of Aviva Investors' $66.2 billion real assets business.
British Airways will defer $630 million in contributions to the New Airways Pension Scheme to help support the sponsor through COVID-19.
Mandated working-from-home measures gave unexpected reassurance to the executives overseeing a reshuffle among BNY Mellon IM affiliates.
Fixed-income executives are weighing in on a debate over whether governments and central banks should cancel the debt they've accumulated.
Whether governments and central banks can agree to simply cancel their sovereign debt will depend on the rules and specifics of the region.
Two U.K. pension fund executives have launched a "no-holds-barred" podcast addressing the responsible investment issues of the day.
BNY Mellon's decision to shift the active units of Mellon Investments Corp. into affiliate managers is not ringing alarm bells.
Allianz Group AUM grew 5.3% in 2020 to $2.94 trillion, with third-party inflows and market impacts offsetting negative currency effects.
AP3 and AP4 recorded investment returns of almost 10% each, with both noting strong performance despite exceptional market movements.
Climate reporting and social issues such as workforce treatment are top issues for two major investors' 2021-2022 proxy voting policies.
Kim Catechis will join Franklin Templeton's newly launched investment institute as investment strategist, effective April 1.
International retirement and savings plans for those working outside their home country have continued to grow in popularity.
The manager of the world's largest wealth fund wants firms to increase board diversity, bringing more women to executive roles.
Total assets in the 22 largest major retirement markets reached 80% of GDP in 2020, up a record 11.2 percentage points for the year.
AP2 recorded a 3.5% return in 2020, bolstered by exposure to Swedish and Chinese equities.
Bain Capital Specialty Finance and Pantheon's private credit business formed a private direct-lending joint venture.
ATP recorded a 23.3% investment return in 2020 despite turbulence associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Fong Yee Chan joined Vanguard as its first head of ESG strategy for the U.K. and Europe.