ADIA is considering changes to its real estate strategy after some of its major holdings suffered during the coronavirus pandemic.
Impact investing is moving along incrementally as efforts turn to educating investors and proving the merit of such investments.
While there are certainly challenges to working only remotely, there are benefits that bear keeping in mind.
Impact investors are trying to solve big problems like inequality and access to health care and education, but climate risk looms largest.
P+, Pensionskassen for Akademikere, wants its participants to learn about P+'s portfolio exclusions policy through an online game.
Investors in Europe make progress toward matching their securities lending programs with their ESG policies, but they say hurdles remain.
Aon’s plan to sell its retirement businesses to Aquiline Capital Partners does not include its OCIO or investment consulting businesses.
The investment management industry must put more emphasis on inclusion if efforts to accomplish true diversity are to pay off.
New tools to measure performance and provide comparisons among impact investments are expected to fuel an increase in investing.
Principal Financial Group wraps up its integration of Wells Fargo & Co.'s record-keeping business and other benefits services.
Record keepers are branching out into new areas of financial wellness to deepen relationships with plan sponsor clients.
The move by Vanguard and T. Rowe Price to outsource record-keeping technology management is seen as a harbinger of things to come.
JPMAM's Asia head believes its time to move beyond joint ventures in China and use the same organizational structure the firm uses globally.
Investment consultants are looking to further diversify their client bases with more assignments from retail financial intermediaries.
A resolution calling for a vote for new leadership at the Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System was withdrawn.
AMP Capital tapped a former SSGA executive to take the helm as the firm moves ahead with demerger plans for its private markets businesses.
Alecta invested $100 million in a social bond aimed at promoting healthy living in emerging markets.
Virginie Maisonneuve joined Allianz Global Investors as global CIO equity, leading the firm's $195.1 billion offering.
An adaptive risk approach looks under the hood of individual stocks and bonds and allows for more diversification through varying durations.
Despite efforts by investment managers and other financial firms to improve diversity, the industry still is not where it needs to be.
Former participants in a 403(b) plan run by the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center sued alleging a series of ERISA violations.