June 28, 2017
As the Danish labour market pension fund puts more into alternatives and illiquid assets, it is also in talks with managers to increase its control over investment decisions and lower its costs.
CalPERS has set its latest four-yearly capital market assumptions, that feed its strategic asset allocation. The $323 billion fund expects lower returns and more volatility.
MSCI’s long-awaited decision to include China’s A shares in its emerging markets and ACWI indices will affect more than $1.6 trillion in funds that track the MSCI Emerging Markets In
Since 2014, the Government Pension Investment Fund, the world’s largest investor, has shifted a chunk of its holdings, in domestic bonds to equities, and heightened its focus on stewardship.
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Reima Rytsölä, chief investment officer at Finland’s largest private pension insurance company, sticks with the fund’s longstanding interest in hedge funds and extends its risk premia strategies.
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