A Virginia-based pension plan shifted assets from its private credit portfolio and added two commitments at its board meeting yesterday.
A university based in New England will conduct an asset allocation study next spring as part of its 2022 work plan.
A foundation based in the Midwest is developing a strategy to include more diverse-owned investment managers within its portfolio.
Endowments and foundations can optimize their portfolio construction approaches in order to bridge the gap caused by portfolio challenges related to rising interest rates, inflation and muted return expectations, according to a new report.
The plan has delayed further discussion on its asset allocation until its consultant can present in person.
A university in the South will consider making three private equity commitments and redeeming from two hedge fund managers within its endowment this week.
A fund based in the Great Plains region will consider replacing two emerging markets equity managers and an international small-cap equity manager at its board meeting today.
A fund based in a Southern State has rehired its investment consultant.
A trust fund in the South approved a new target asset allocation that increased its exposure to growth assets including equity and real estate at its June board meeting.
A university in Canada has committed to reducing the carbon footprint of its pension and endowment portfolios by 50% by 2030 and achieving full carbon neutrality by 2040.
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