Participants in two Cornell University 403(b) plans are looking to resurrect allegations of ERISA violations previously dismissed.
The SEC is preparing recommendations for updating disclosure rules on how companies are managing climate risk and human capital.
Schroders explored a potential buyout of M&G, a deal that would have created a U.K. fund powerhouse overseeing over $1 trillion of assets.
Harvard University paid its top six endowment officials $31 million in 2019, including more than $6.25 million earned by its CEO.
Chloe Kipling was named head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management's U.K. and Ireland institutional business team, replacing David Curtis.
Richard Chau was named chief investment officer at Tulane University to replace Jeremy Crigler, who retired in September.
BlackRock tapped the head of its China institutional client business to lead the firm's new wealth management joint venture in Shanghai.
AssetCo agreed to acquire Saracen Fund Managers in a $3.9 million deal that will bring the money manager acquisition firm an FCA license.
Dalia Blass, former director of the SEC's investment management division, is set to join BlackRock as head of external affairs.
Institutional investors with $5.35 trillion in assets are calling on the Biden administration to get tougher about methane emissions.
Michael Kopfler was named global head of equity trading at Macquarie Asset Management.
Chris Grant was appointed CIO at the $9.4 billion Nationwide Pension Fund, replacing Mark Hedges.
A federal court rebuffed an attempt by Wells Fargo and others to dismiss an ERISA complaint filed by a participant in a company 401(k) plan.
Mark A. Schmid, vice president and chief investment officer at the University of Chicago, will retire Sept. 1.
ICL Group Pension Plan insured $5.1 billion in liabilities through a longevity swap.
Brett Condron has joined Pacific Investment Management Co. as a managing director in the firm's U.S. global wealth management group.
Money manager Jupiter created new roles in a refresh of the structure of its multimanager team.
Most asset managers believe disruptive technologies will be differentiators within the next five years, but few have fully adopted them.
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System adopted a new asset allocation, increasing private equity by 2 percentage points to 16%.
Investors can build a more equitable and just society by using their financial capital and leadership influence to create change long term.
Universities Academic Pension Plan is looking to conduct a search for one or more public equity managers before the end of the year.