CalSTRS and CalPERS officials see modest progress since they started holding diversity forums.
Most private equity investors foresee a technology-market correction within the next 18 months, but many are also upbeat on new commitments.
CIFC issued a CLO in which the firm and other vendors give part of their fees to an ESG charity.
Shamrock Capital closed its latest fund focused on buyout and growth equity investments at its $1 billion hard cap.
Investment opportunities stemming from energy transition are becoming clearer, making it possible for investors to build portfolios.
Alternative managers agree few scenarios anticipated at the dawn of the pandemic came to pass, and trends accelerated in unexpected ways.
A New York court reinstated two of three claims previously dismissed by a lower court in a case brought by ex-TCW employee Sara Tirschwell.
Ares Management is acquiring real estate manager Black Creek Group, which would increase Ares' real estate AUM to about $29 billion.
Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association's board adopted a new asset allocation, increasing illiquid assets to 32% from 19%.
Owl Rock and Dyal Capital Partners cleared the last hurdle to a proposed merger with Altimar, following approval of the SPAC's shareholders.
New real estate managers are spinning off properties into new vehicles, giving them capital and a track record.
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System adopted a new asset allocation, increasing private equity by 2 percentage points to 16%.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions voted to retain Brandes Investment Partners, which manages $1.1 billion in active international equities.
The majority of international investors surveyed intend to increase their investment in U.S. real estate in the next three to five years.
Johnny Conklin joined Atlantic Street Capital in the new position of partner, leading deal sourcing and business development.
Susie Ardeshir was named executive director and CIO of Arlington County Employees' Retirement System, the first woman to hold the posts.