Industry-related updates to keep you in the loop on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay informed and up to date.
Investment consultants are recommending institutions focus on shoring up their immediate needs and maintaining the status quo in the short-term while preparing to be able to capitalize on upcoming investment opportunities the coronavirus pandemic will provide long-term investors.
A permanent fund in the Southwest has made two private equity commitments.
The $25 billion San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System is calling upon businesses to do their part in the fight against COVID-19.
Pension funds are beginning to push back due dates for ongoing RFPs as they address disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Jack Ehnes has postponed his retirement as ceo of the California State Teachers’ Retirement System due to the coronavirus crisis.
A state pension fund in the Northeast has postponed the release of its emerging manager-of-managers RFP.
A Northeast pension plan will reconvene discussions for its manager-of-managers search at a later date.
Institutions should maintain perspective and a long-term focus as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause instability in the capital markets.
The outlook for higher education institutions is shifting to negative from stable as a result of the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak, according to a recent outlook from Moody’s Investors Service.
A Southern pension plan has postponed presentations in a domestic small-cap value equity manager search.