As we are heading towards the end of the quarter, the chances are that stock markets will stabilise somewhat since many pension and other multi-asset funds will need to buy equities to get back to target weights.
Confronted with the question whether to postpone one of our forums or not, the situation turned out to provide a small lesson on decision-making under uncertainty, [i3]’s Teik Heng Tan writes.
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 has mapped the expertise of its strategic partners against its research agenda in order to extract full value from its relationships.
David Brown, the CIO of PNG’s national pension fund NASFund, has been cleared of all charges against him after the Court found that no credible case had been produced against him.
Justina Sau, Chief Executive Officer of the Unit Trust of Samoa, passed away in October this year. In this article, we celebrate the life of an extraordinary business person and trailblazer for Samoan women.
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Governor urges Pacific Islands funds to be decisive but take a measured approach to restructuring their funds.
The first pan-Māori investment fund reaches nearly double the targeted seed money at the close of its capital raising.
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.