U.S. state pension plans saw average median returns of 8.6% and 5.8% for the 10 and 20 years ended June 30, 2020, respectively.
The Carlyle Group reported $276 billion in AUM for the second quarter, a 6.2% increase from March 31 and up 24.7% from a year ago.
South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission posted a net return of 28.6% for the fiscal year, above its benchmark.
Oregon Public Employees Retirement System returned 25.54% on its investments for the year ended June 30, underperforming its benchmark.
Ventura County Employees' Retirement Association returned a preliminary net 30.1% for the fiscal year ended June 30.
Rhode Island Employees' Retirement System returned a net 25.6% for the fiscal year ended June 30, below its benchmark.
Oklahoma Teachers' Retirement System posted a record net return of 33% for the fiscal year.
The structured credit market is lagging behind on addressing ESG risks due to unique challenges posed by the asset class.
James G. Nolan was named chief investment officer for the Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System, replacing Seth Kelly.
Nick Ward was named AustralianSuper's first head of private credit as the fund looks to lift its private debt allocation.
Vicky Schiff, co-founder and managing partner at Mosaic Real Estate Investors, is leaving the firm through a buyout.
CalSTRS' portfolio earned a 27.2% net return in the fiscal year that ended June 30, outperforming its benchmark.
Investor backlash against Apollo Global Management over Leon Black's ties with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is waning as cash flows back in.
Singapore's GIC's annualized real returns for the 20 years through March 31 rebounded sharply to 4.3% from 2.7% in the previous quarter.
The upcoming U.N. climate-change conference has asset owners, managers and regulators getting a jump on ways to achieve net-zero ambitions.
Corporate 401(k) plans continued to emphasize cost savings in evaluating their fund lineups in 2020, 11-K filing data show.
CalPERS witnessed more collaboration among asset owners on proxy proposals, with the exception of ones about executive compensation.
U.K. defined contribution plan sponsors are reviewing multiemployer plan providers in an effort to improve value for participants.
State Street aims to increase competitiveness in asset servicing by adding private-market coverage from the acquisition of Mercatus.
The great re-sorting of properties into favored and unfavored groups can miss investment risks and opportunities.