Michael Sabia, former president and CEO of the Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec, was named Canadian deputy finance minister.
Virus transforms jet-setters into homebodies, adding new wrinkles to business practices that traditionally favored face-to-face meetings.
A proposal to increase the pension age in Russia has triggered a backlash, fueling speculation the Kremlin might soften the reform.
Hermitage Capital Management founder Bill Browder was released after a brief detention by Spanish police on a Russian arrest warrant.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission questioned former Prime Minister Najib Razak over 1MDB, as a special task force hones in on recovering assets.
BlackRock to sell 40% stake in DSP BlackRock Investment Managers it bought in 2008, citing need for partners to take different paths.
Esther McVey was appointed secretary of state for work and pensions as part of a reshuffle by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Stocks, bonds and currency markets moved Friday as the situation in Spain escalated following a declaration of independence by the Catalonia parliament.
Africa's biggest fund manager may be dumped by a labor federation representing 230,000 South African state workers.
Russell Taylor joined GoldenTree Asset Management's newly opened office in Sydney as managing director.
Kylie Willment will join Mercer Investments as chief investment officer, Australia and New Zealand, effective Oct. 25.
China International Capital Corp. will acquire a 50.1% stake in Krane Funds Advisors, the provider of the China-focused KraneShares exchange-traded fund series.
A Greenwich Associates survey of large institutional investors in Asia ex-Japan found a decade of steady growth of institutional assets in the region stalling over the past year.
The European Commission proposed granting pension providers a passport to distribute pension products across the European Union.