Strong gains in equity markets led institutional asset owners in the Northern Trust universe to post a gain of 9.4% in the fourth quarter.
A majority of asset owners are assessing sustainable investing's risks and opportunities, according to an ISS survey.
Many retirement systems sagged under the weight of the coronavirus pandemic in areas such as adequacy and sustainability.
University of Colorado, Denver, is searching for a treasurer and chief investment officer for the school's treasurer's office.
LGIAsuper and Energy Super become the latest Australian superannuation funds to explore the idea of merging.
Gerard van Olphen is stepping down as CEO of APG Asset Management, the in-house manager of Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP.
Overall assets in health savings accounts rose 19% in the year ended June 30, while investment assets climbed 32%.
Justin Arter will become the next CEO of construction and building trades super fund Cbus, effective in August.
A fifth of pension fund respondents to a bfinance survey are very likely to cut external managers after disappointing first-half returns.
Four North American pension funds have formed a group to advance peer-to-peer securities lending by asset owners.
Sovereign investors took advantage of market dislocations caused by the coronavirus pandemic, using dry powder to snap up opportunities.
Rest Super selected Morningstar's chief investment officer as the Sydney-based fund's first CIO for its restructured investment operations.
Sue Brake is to take on the role of acting chief investment officer at Australia's Future Fund Management Agency.
One of Australia's largest super funds plans to boost investments in private debt, concerned that stocks have rallied too far too fast.
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns could change the way firms view flexible and remote working, and help improve diversity.
European investors' risk appetite has returned as the coronavirus lockdown eases across the Continent.
Mubadala Investment Co. is well-positioned to manage through the current markets situation despite being hit by a "double whammy" of crises.
College savings plan assets grew to a record high of $328 billion in 2019, but then dropped to $293 billion amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Plans in the BNY Mellon U.S. Master Trust Universe returned a median -10.9% in the three months ended March 31 and -2.65% for the year.
P&I asked readers what they are doing when they finally step away from their home offices after a long workday.
Investment executives share the investment decisions they are making during the coronavirus pandemic with P&I reporters.
Active U.S. growth equity manager returns are outpacing value managers, but both camps anticipate better performance opportunities.
Cautionary measures because of the coronavirus outbreak has forced more asset owners to conduct due diligence on service providers remotely.
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