September 28, 2016
The US$60 billion Mass PRIM has recalibrated its hedge fund portfolio moving from fund of funds to direct relationships, reducing fees, and using managed accounts. So what’s next?
The Strategic Investor Initiative (SII) from CECP aims to shift the conversation between companies and their investors from one about quarterly earnings to one about long-term value creation.
David Blood, co-founder of Generation Investment Management with Al Gore, has outlined five priorities to focus the sustainable investment effort on over the next five years.
The finance industry has relied on its low barriers to entry, high fees and complex language that has created enduring principal/agent problems that restrict transparency and accountability.
The implications for investors of the inclusion of China A-shares in the wider MSCI indexes, an inevitable outcome, will be discussed at the Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Yale in October.
Funds managers should always be open to ways to improve mechanisms for stronger investor alignment, writes Mercer principal, David Scobie. But there are several factors to consider.
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