A Florida plan terminated two equity managers and disclosed commitments in the first quarter.
Supply versus demand after the shutdown related to COVID-19 represents the lingering question for investors.
A nonprofit based in the Pacific Northwest recently added a new asset class target.
A West Coast pension plan eliminated its commodities allocation last month.
A university in the Northeast will divest its endowment from fossil fuel investments over the next decade.
A New England university has stopped investing in fossil fuel companies and is in the process of selling its exposure to fossil fuels.
A pair of Midwestern pension plans hired a real assets manager last month.
A plan based in the Midwest has adapted its investment manager relationships.
A city pension fund in the Great Plains has eliminated its commodities allocation while increasing its real estate targets.
A West Coast pension fund adopted a new strategic asset allocation that eliminates its hedge fund and commodities targets.