State Super has embraced machine learning in its investment process, making it one of the first Australian asset owners to do so.
PIMCO’s Jamil Baz warns that leverage is now higher than before the financial crisis. Maybe the real crisis is yet to come.
A Goldman Sachs survey of insurance investment professionals shows insurers are taking on more risk as confidence in growth assets increases.
Investors looking to buy protection for their portfolios might be better off selling it, Parametric’s Raewyn Williams says.
Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies has implemented a new framework that enables the fund to manage factors as a separate asset class.
Game theory can be a useful tool in trading currencies, William Blair says.
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.
Welcome to part three, the final part of my attempt to take up the Charlie Munger challenge. In case you’ve forgotten, the challenge was for me, an active investor, to argue the case for indexing better than a passive investor.
For too long fund managers have been able to include returns that requires little skill, Future Fund CIO says.