Hedge fund managers have been slow to incorporate ESG into their investment process.
The SEC is considering updating rules on the use of proxy advisory firms and thresholds for shareholder proposals.
Texas Employees Retirement System targets $1.1 billion for commitments to private real estate and infrastructure.
The Department of Labor intends to revisit the fiduciary rule, with a possible December release date for notice of new rule-making.
A bipartisan majority in the House approved a retirement reform package by an overwhelming margin – 417-3.
Institutional investors and private-markets fund managers are tempering their expectations regarding future returns, a survey shows.
Michael Aingorn has joined alternative investment manager Crestline Investors as a managing director.
An Investment Company Institute report shows DC plan participants maintained their asset allocations in 2018, despite market volatility.
AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corp. has named Randy Kinder president, effective June 1, succeeding Mike Stotz.
Sovereign wealth funds boosted venture capital exposure in 2018 and favored private health-care companies.
2019 is not a market without risk, but the opportunity set is supported by an economy showing strong growth trends, healthy corporate fundamentals and a dynamic M&A landscape.
Chicago Park Employees' Annuity & Benefit Fund terminated RBC Global Asset Management from a small-cap core equity portfolio.
Billionaire David Tepper is planning to return money to investors, following others who quit the struggling hedge fund industry.
Investcorp agreed to acquire Mercury Capital Advisors to boost its alternatives investment advisory capabilities for an undisclosed sum.
SCOR Investment Partners agreed to acquire 100% stake in Coriolis Capital in efforts to boost its insurance-linked investment capabilities.