Australian superannuation funds face some of the steepest trading costs in the developed world. Controlling these costs is critical to deliver good outcomes for members, Raewyn Williams writes in a new research paper.
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.
As part of his growing interest in climate change, GMO’s Jeremy Grantham researched what effect divesting the entire energy sector would have on a portfolio.
Investors should learn to love crowding, Wells Fargo’s Wai Lee says.
The Future Fund sells $5 billion in illiquid assets as it prepares for more volatility ahead.
With the Global Financial Crisis now a decade behind us, MarketFox columnist Daniel Grioli shares some of the most important lessons he learned from this cataclysmic event.
TCorp’s new structure places portfolio construction at the heart of its investment process, focusing on a whole-of-fund approach, CIO Stewart Brentnall says.
As sovereign wealth funds grow, their governance structure needs to be strengthened, but any change comes with its own set of risks, Dr Sung Cheng Chih, former Chief Risk Officer of GIC, says in an interview with [i3] Insights.
If one of the outcomes of the Royal Commission is for Australian banks to be required to strengthen their lending standards, it could cause housing credit growth to slow significantly, perhaps resulting in a credit crunch, Whitehelm Capital says