VFMC has developed a new asset allocation model, in addition to its DAA model, that will help de-risk the portfolio when the likelihood of a crisis occurring rises and re-risk it in calmer weather, CIO Russell Clarke says.
In a five-year review of NZ Super, Willis Towers Watson asked the board to confirm whether they are still comfortable with the portion of active risk allocated to tilting. We speak to CEO Matt Whineray about the future of this program.
New Zealand Super’s strategic tilting program has added significant value to its portfolio and now it is ready to add a new asset class to its framework.
TCorp has been on a merger journey that has seen it become a $107 billion juggernaut. In this exclusive interview, TCorp Chief Executive David Deverall talks about how this has changed not only the company’s ambitions, but also its investment strategy.
Fiona Trafford-Walker will depart Frontier Advisors on 6 December 2019, after 25 years with the asset consultant.
Jacki Ellis has been given the task to spearhead First State Super’s retirement strategy from an investment perspective. We speak to Ellis about the complexity of the problem, the challenges of CIPRs and the need for customisation.
China Pacific Insurance Group CIO Ben Deng speaks to [i3] Insights about the challenges of closing the asset/liability gap in today’s low-yielding environment and shares his excitement about opportunities in Chinese private equity.
The US$ 55 billion Pennsylvanian pension fund PSERS embraced risk parity in an effort to address the asset allocation challenges laid bare by turmoil during the global financial crisis.
Australian pension fund HESTA is considering creating an internal fundamental Australian equities capability in an effort to address capacity constraints and drive company engagement.