While most countries around the world are battling high inflation and rising interest rates, Fiji has kept rates low. We talk to Ashwin Pal about what this means for the Fiji National Provident Fund’s fixed income portfolio
Australiansuper’s Mark Delaney addresses a common criticism of internalisation of investment functions, during a fireside chat at the recent Morningstar Investment Conference
Being climate-aware is not simply a matter of applying a single tweak to return assumptions. It will require an evolution of existing valuation approaches, JANA’s Chris Worthington says
Asset allocation is now the main game in town and Michael Block gives an insight into how he approached it during his time as CIO with Australian Catholic Super
Dutch pension fund ABP seems to have had a change of heart about its approach to active investing, stating it now looks at passive investing as a starting point for any liquid investments
Aligning listed and private equity cultures can be quite tricky, David Brown says.
Should liquidity be a risk that is managed at the executive level? [i3] Insights Editor Wouter Klijn explores the benefits of creating a Chief Liquidity Officer role.
Rest Super has been carefully modifying its equity portfolios in anticipation of more volatility to come. We speak to Kiran Singh about the tools the team has at its disposal to do this.
As interest rates are rising, property investors will need to go back to basics and derive most of their returns from managing an asset well, rather than from yield compression