NAIC aims to create diversity in the private equity and hedge fund industries with its new internship program.
P+, Pensionskassen for Akademikere, wants its participants to learn about P+'s portfolio exclusions policy through an online game.
NYC teaches minority and women business owners how to win contracts with city agencies and the city pension system.
St. Luke's Health Network uses cardboard cutouts of its service provider representatives to remind employees about retirement savings.
Adams Street hires its first international interns in London, part of its push to educate students and graduates about private markets.
Goldman Sachs launched a $10 billion investment initiative to improve racial equity and economic opportunities for Black women in the U.S.
Unintentionally prophetic acronyms are a result of IHS Markit's termination of its U.S. and U.K. pension plans.
KKR's dislocation opportunities credit fund bought a majority stake in the music catalog of Ryan Tedder and his band, OneRepublic.
Aquila Capital Investment handed out its first Transformation Award for fighting climate change to a scientist at the Potsdam Institute.
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation invested $5 million in Women in Safe Homes, a U.K.-based social impact property fund.
The Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund had $1 trillion in assets as of Nov. 30, making it the first equity mutual fund to top the mark.
Northern Trust teamed up with SC Ventures to launch a cryptocurrency custodian for institutional investors.
Aon PLC is investing $30 million over the next five years to expand its apprenticeship program.
Princeton University will build Hobson College, a residential college named for Mellody Hobson, an alumna and Ariel Investments executive.
Chicago Public School Teachers' Pension & Retirement Fund CIO Angela Miller-May will receive an award from Women Investment Professionals.
Singapore's sovereign wealth funds have reassured the country's president that they moved to cushion the impact on the COVID-19 outbreak.
MassPRIM has joined with two other organizations in an initiative designed to improve how ESG data in the banking sector are measured.
All CFA Institute examinations will move to computer-based testing starting in 2021, with the COVID-19 pandemic accelerating a planned move.
The National Venture Capital Association is launching a non-profit that could help make the venture capital industry more inclusive.
The co-founder of charity Comic Relief wants to help shift the U.K.'s $3.7 trillion in retirement assets into sustainable investments.
Scientists researching energy transformation and decarbonization in Europe will be rewarded for their work by Aquila Capital.
100 Women in Finance is offering a free one-year membership to 2020 university graduates.
Climate science researcher Woods Hole is helping Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan develop climate science data to apply to their investments.
The Sovereign Fund of Egypt will work with an institution on the rehabilitation and development of a historic district.
Phyllis Borzi, former assistant secretary of labor, wins PSCA's lifetime achievement award for 2020.