Running a pension fund in Papua New Guinea comes with its own unique challenges. Managing liquidity in a mostly illiquid market is one of them, NASFund CIO David Brown says.
First State Super sees opportunities in mainland China markets and has been awarded a QFII licence.
Outgoing APG Group CIO Eduard van Gelderen says that few managers implement factors that bear any resemblance to how they are described in academic studies.
Damian Graham, CIO of First State Super, talks to [i3] Insights about the rationale behind the acquisition of State Super and the benefits to its investment strategy.
State Super has embraced machine learning in its investment process, making it one of the first Australian asset owners to do so.
Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies has implemented a new framework that enables the fund to manage factors as a separate asset class.
Former State Super CIO Lisebeth Rasmussen has seen in-house asset management fall in and out of favour. In this article she gives her views on the matter.
For too long fund managers have been able to include returns that requires little skill, Future Fund CIO says.
Technological advancement enables Future Fund to isolate the true alpha component in returns, CIO says.