San Francisco City & County Employees' Retirement System is moving $636 million to BlackRock's active systematic equity strategy.
An asset owner at the WorldPensionSummit said he is embracing cryptocurrency as a diversifier similar to gold.
AP7 and the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Pension & Relief Fund settled a lawsuit over fabricated sales figures with Chinese company Luckin Coffee.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions board extended Semper Capital Management’s mandate managing structured credit portfolio by one year.
Dini Ajmani resigned as assistant state treasurer in New Jersey to join the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Public plans are lowering their assumed rates of return, with some taking advantage of the recent gains made over the latest fiscal year.
Michael Wissell was named chief investment officer of the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan.
CalPERS is moving to an "actionable tracking error," a risk-control method that now will take only public assets into consideration.
U.K. pension funds choosing outside fiduciary managers are getting bigger, according to an IC Select survey.
Orange County Employees Retirement System is considering whether to drop its investment with Bridgewater Associates.
Texas County & District Retirement System committed an additional $23 million to a Cheyne Capital European distressed debt fund.
AP3 recorded a net 11.4% investment return for the first half of 2021, with assets increasing 10.4% to $54.7 billion.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions board renewed for three years its contract with GIA Partners.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions board canceled a search for a levered bank loan manager.
U.S. public pension funds enjoyed extraordinary returns for the year ended June 30, but the long-term picture remains challenging.
Quebec's $309 billion pension manager rode a rising stock market and private equity gains to a 5.6% return in the first half of 2021.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions renewed the contracts of Channing Capital, Phocas Financial and Boston Common Asset Management.
Kern County Employees' Retirement Association reported a preliminary net return of 23.9%, slightly surpassing its benchmark return.
Texas Employees alerted state and federal law enforcement agencies to a cyberfraud attack on retiree accounts, which led to convictions.
Pensions Europe says it's still not clear how the industry should balance financial returns against a desire to do more ESG investing.
Institutional investors with large allocations to U.S. equities and fixed income saw strong median returns in the second quarter.
Oklahoma Teachers' Retirement System posted a record net return of 33% for the fiscal year.
Japan's public pension funds remain hooked on equity beta as one-way bull market of recent years looks poised for an extended run.
AP1 reported a net return of 10.9% in the six months ended June 30, with assets increasing nearly 10% to $51 billion.