Investing in carbon emitters while pledging to be an eco-trailblazer seems hard to reconcile, but it's all part of Temasek's delicate dance.
Nigeria picked four asset managers to run a $37 billion fund set up to drive investment in roads, railways and power projects.
Fidelity Digital Assets is planning to boost head count as demand for cryptocurrency services from institutional investors remains strong.
Allianz Global Investors plans to curtail investments in certain coal businesses by the end of the year.
Dyal agreed to buy a minority stake in the Phoenix Suns, as institutional investors edge into an arena previously dominated by billionaires.
Credit Suisse Group made a further $750 million payment to investors in its $10 billion Greensill supply chain finance funds.
CIO Richard Slocum is starting from square one when it comes to zeroing out the Harvard endowment's greenhouse gas emissions.
The former head of the board of governors at the world's largest pension fund said he sees signs of a "bubble" in ESG.
A deluge of inflows has swelled Europe's exchange-traded product industry to $1.48 trillion, after a slow start to the region's market.
Kuwait's Public Institution for Social Security had its best ever annual performance, recording growth in assets of 20.9%.
Fund managers are increasingly grappling with fragmented policies in China's $113 billion green bond market.
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan aims to double its infrastructure investments within the next five years.
Texas is drawing battle lines in a fight against investors and companies turning their backs on fossil fuels.
ADIA is considering changes to its real estate strategy after some of its major holdings suffered during the coronavirus pandemic.
A "massive rotation" into corporate bonds from equities may be on the horizon for U.S. pension funds as they become fully funded.
Franklin Templeton plans to appeal a ruling by India's markets regulator after its local unit was barred from offering new debt funds.
DWS Group and Assicurazioni Generali are among suitors that submitted initial bids this week for the asset management arm of NN Group.
Amy Cooper, the woman fired from her job at Franklin Templeton after an incident in Central Park, is suing her former employer.
Apollo Global Management co-founder Josh Harris is stepping down from his day-to-day role after being passed over for the firm's top job.
Managers warned returns could be "muted" as elevated share prices suggest it will be harder for super funds to meet lofty return targets.
BlackRock will ask U.S. employees to return to offices in September, when it will begin a trial period allowing some remote work each week.
Amundi's new CEO is focusing on margin pressure, intensifying competition from rivals and the development of passive management.
Australia's securities regulator is probing Westpac Banking over insider trading, just months after it settled money laundering charges.
Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Greg Abel was publicly named as the likely successor to CEO Warren Buffet, but is he up to the job?
President Joe Biden will need to overcome a major political hurdle in his bid to end preferential tax treatment of investment income.