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NBIM’s climate advisory board set to manage climate risk and opportunity

Norges Bank Investment Management has established a new climate advisory board. Carine Smith Ihenacho, chief governance and compliance  officer, spoke to Top1000funds.com and explains the task at hand.
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Tough choices for PE investors in 2023: MassPRIM battens down

2022 was one of the most challenging years for private equity investment for years. Successful investment in today's volatile and challenging market involves vintage year diversification and steady pacing. And the MassPRIM investment team warns that aggregate headline US private equity valuations doesn’t tell the whole story.
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IMCO World View: Decoupling, tech and private markets drive future trends

Many of the certainties investors have taken for granted over the past several decades appear to be fading. In its World View research, Canada's IMCO reflects on the years ahead
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The Asset Owner Directory is an interactive tool to give readers an insight into the world of global asset owners. It includes key information for the largest asset owners around the world such as key personnel, asset allocation and performance.

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Switzerland’s Publica hit by equity fixed income correlation

Hit by last year's unusual correlation between equities and bonds, and in a bid to avoid higher long-term inflation, Switzerland's €45.6 billion Publica kick-starts a new strategic asset allocation that will reduce the bond allocation and result in a search for new managers.

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PGGM’s quest for cultural change

The world is changing so rapidly, traditional five-year investment plans are increasingly difficult to implement. Asset owners, head-down and concentrating on just the next five-years, risk “opening the curtains” to find the world around them has moved on much faster than they realised, said Geraldine Leegwater, CIO, PGGM.
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Fiduciary Investors Symposium

The global economy is increasingly bifurcated between the US, Europe and Asia, how the growth projections and geopolitical risks between these regions is of increasing interest to institutional investors. This first Fiduciary Investors Symposium based in Asia will look at the return and impact opportunities in the region, and the importance of Asia in the global economy. It enables asset owners from around the world to explore investment themes, risks and opportunities with their global peers, and explore cutting edge approaches to risk management, liquidity management and portfolio construction.

March 7-9, 2023 | National University of Singapore

Fiduciary Investors Symposium

The Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Stanford University celebrates the fast-moving change taking place in economies and communities and will examine the impact of innovation on our lives, workplaces and investments.

Drawing on the esteemed Stanford faculty, and taking advantage of the Silicon Valley location, it will look at the impact of robotics and automation, the information technology performance necessary to keep pace with the data explosion, urban evolution and the impact on infrastructure, climate change and affordable alternative energy, and network security.

How are these innovations shaping the future, and what does that future look like for investors in global markets?

September 19-21, 2023 | Stanford University, USA

Active, in-house and sustainability: The driving factors at AP3

AP3’s ability to actively benefit from volatile markets is rooted in a reform process undertaken by CIO Pablo Bernengo, replacing decade-old, separate alpha and beta allocations with a traditional asset class structures but avoiding silos. Active risk and sustainability go hand in hand, he says, and is a 2023 focus.
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Mandates need innovating to encompass sustainable investing

As carbon emissions continue to rise investors need to innovate on the nature of investment mandates says Colin le Duc, a founding partner of Generation Investment Management. He says real world impact is going in the wrong direction, even though sustainable investing is booming, and the credibility of transition plans is under scrutiny.

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Global Pension Transparency Benchmark
Global Pension Transparency Benchmark

Best funds for transparency revealed: where did your fund rank?

The Global Pension Transparency Benchmark has revealed the top ranking funds globally for transparency of disclosure across cost, governance, performance and responsible investment. Click here for the results of 75 funds across 15 countries.
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Kotkin talks transition, Ukraine war and western resilience

In a sweeping discussion at FIS Maastricht, Professor Stephen Kotkin argues that Ukraine still has a long fight ahead, China has learnt economic strangulation and diplomatic coercion are a better strategy than invasion in Taiwan - and the west must invest more in its financial systems, military alliances and society.