Jake Cabala was named head of fund partnerships at health-care private equity manager Patient Square Capital.
Ventura County raised targets to large-cap equity, private debt and private equity, and lowered absolute-return fixed income and Treasuries.
Asset owners and money managers must take steps now if the global temperature increase is to be kept below 2 degrees Celsius.
Daniel Celeghin was named managing partner at money manager strategy consultant Indefi, a new position.
Sterling Bancorp agreed to pay $12.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by the Oklahoma Police Pension & Retirement System.
European private equity deal value and volume hit a quarterly record in the first quarter, boosted by middle-market and microcap deals.
BentallGreenOak closed its third European value-added fund at $2.3 billion, which largely invests in logistics assets.
Changing fee-cap rules will not lead to a material increase in illiquid investments by U.K. defined contribution plans, the PLSA said.
St. Clair Shores Police and Fire Retirement filed a lawsuit against Credit Suisse related to its Greensill and Archegos relationships.
Lawmakers and plan sponsors are taking a closer look at private equity's impact on health-care providers.
PRI's focus on human rights comes just as that topic has left global retailers facing a backlash in China's fast-growing consumer market.
Institutional investors have yet to enter the digital art and collectibles markets amid the boom of non-fungible tokens.
MetLife Investment Management is the latest money management firm to partner with Girls Who Invest.
Investors like health care because it's resilient, but there are risks, such as headline risk, to consider.
Market players are split on whether recommendations to amend U.K. listing rules in order to bring more companies to London are a good idea.
CalPERS' CEO writes the fund is focused on selecting the right person to guide its $450 billion portfolio and lead the investment office.
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