BPP, manager for 10 pooled UK local government pensions, is focused on infrastructure assets, efficiency and engaged stewardship as it establishes the pillars of its strategy.
Norway is looking into whether GPFG, the world’s largest sovereign fund, should take on more diversifying assets and expand its tracking error. The fund’s ESG performance is also under review.
Nevada’s public pension plan only pays 11 bps in total costs due to 80 per cent of the fund being indexed. But CIO Steve Edmundson says low fees are a byproduct, not the reason for the strategy.
After 25 years as CIO of Idaho PERS, Robert Maynard, has seen it all. He’s convinced a simple, transparent and focused investment strategy prevails in all terrain.
The $12.5 billion School Employees Retirement System of Ohio decided realigning its portfolio was a better path to its goals than new asset allocation, CIO Farouki Majeed writes.
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.
The CIO role of the Australian construction industry fund, Cbus Super is shared. Here we examine the success of that partnership and the fund's plan to bring up to 20 per cent of assets inhouse.
National Employment Savings Trust CIO Mark Fawcett says the fund is leveraging its growth to pursue illiquid assets for premium returns, greater diversification and reduced volatility.
The $12.5 billion School Employees Retirement System of Ohio plans to cut its hedge fund allocation, which struggled last year. However, CIO Farouki Majeed says the asset class is bouncing back.
Ilmarinen CIO Mikko Mursula looks to shrink its holdings in bonds while adding real estate and equity away from Europe, as the fund seeks protection from potential interest rate moves.
Political factors will continue to create uncertainty in investment markets, so now – more than ever – large investors need to play to their strengths.
The Public Employees Retirement Association of New Mexico, is re-calibrating its asset allocation and re-adjusting private equity.