Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan aims to double its infrastructure investments within the next five years.
In a world of historically low interest rates, what place do sovereign bonds have in a portfolio?
Saudi Arabia will combine two state-run pension and unemployment insurance funds into an entity with almost $29 billion in stocks.
Canadian investment giant Brookfield Asset Management is bucking the trend when it comes to hybrid work in a post-pandemic world.
Private capital assets focused on APAC are set to grow to a total $6.1 trillion by 2025, with the majority of allocations to private equity.
How such funds respond to a changing world will determine how they will deliver on their mission to aiding members' financial well-being.
AP7 excluded two further companies from its investment universe following a planned review of allocations.
Church Commissioners for England returned 10.4% in 2020, attributable to gains in equities and some alternative asset allocations.
Chris Cowan was named managing director at real estate investment firm Arc Capital Partners.
Public Sector Pension Investment Board, which manages $168 billion, returned a net 18.4% on investments in the fiscal year ended March 31.
The murky world of metrics used to set ESG scores is an increasingly fraught arena for investors seeking greenwashing-free data.
Fossil-fuel financing by U.S. fixed-income ETFs increased by 72% in 2020, despite money manager pledges to cut emissions from portfolios.
Joanna Munro was appointed CEO of HSBC Asset Management's new alternatives unit, overseeing $53 billion in AUM and advisement.
CalPERS could change how it calculates tracking error, which would eliminate private equity and real assets from its measure.
Legal & General Investment Management divested from four companies over insufficient action to address climate-change risks.