A Guide to Investment Governance
Investment governance has become a key focus for many funds, as legacy models of decision-making are replaced by clear and structured delegation frameworks. In this guide, we collect some of the key interviews with asset owners about their views on good governance.
Retirement A Top Priority for Funds
The introduction of the Retirement Income Covenant and stapling of super accounts next year has pushed the development of retirement options to the top of super fund’s list of priorities. We spoke to Fintan Thornton of Allianz Retire+ about what shape these options might take.
Reflections on Governance at NZ Super
Catherine Savage retired as Chair of New Zealand Super at the end of March this year, after 12 years on the board, five of which as chair and almost a decade as Deputy Chair. [i3] Insights spoke to Savage about the essential ingredients of good governance.
Beyond the Liquidity Waterfall
Liquidity can become a stresspoint in times of crisis, as was demonstrated last year. CIOs would do well to assess not only their liquidity waterfall, but also see how both their top-down asset allocation and individual private market decisions affect their liquidity profile, PGIM’s Bruce Phelps says.