November 23, 2017
The diversity problem in the industry is large. Investors know this, the challenge is how to fix it. Now a handful of funds are showing exactly how its done.
Craig Dandurand, director of debt and alternatives for the Future Fund, offers a glimpse into how it has recalibrated its approach to investing in hedge funds and other risk premia.
Investors in all jurisdictions need tools designed to let their AGM votes truly express their commitment to responsibility. A manoeuvre popular this year may fill the gap until reform arrives.
The manager of the $1 trillion Government Pension Fund Global has adopted the FX Global Code of Conduct and expects its counterparties to do the same. But the pension giant hasn’t stopped there.
Find out how the UK’s $7.1 billion Nationwide Pension Fund has built its alternatives portfolio from nothing to 20 per cent of its assets, by targeting opportunities larger players won’t touch.
Private investors seeking infrastructure opportunities must generate confidence that they’ll be good long-term stewards. The Better Infrastructure Initiative has 10 principles they can follow.
The ratio of working years to retirement years should be at least 2 to 1 and raising the pension age is a universal fix for strained systems, the author of Mercer’s Global Pension Index says.
A new report from the PRI and PwC states that global investors can perform their fiduciary duty and create a boon in market opportunities and jobs by actively pursuing the SDGs.
Listed infrastructure is an ill-defined asset class that is often sold with false promises, threatening to discourage institutional players from genuine long-term investment in capital projects.