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Harvard Discloses Administrator and Investment Manager Pay

Harvard Today released its 2020 tax filings, covering fiscal year 2021 (July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021), including information on the earnings of University leaders, and the accompanying Harvard Management Company (HMC) disclosure of senior employees’ compensation for calendar year 2020.

05.13.22
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Kansas Governor Approves Paying Down $1 Billion In KPERS Public Pension Debt, Saving Millions In Long Run

Gov. Laura Kelly and the Legislature are paying down more than $1 billion in pension debt at the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System.

05.13.22
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State Pensions Are In The Black, But Red May Be Ahead

For state pensions, funded status has increased, but meeting return expectations may still be a challenge.

05.13.22
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Pennsylvania Pension Fund May Sue Its Consultant For Botching Profits Figure

Pennsylvania’s beleaguered pension fund for educators has hired yet another outside law firm — this time to consider suing the consulting firm that admitted botching a key profits calculation.

05.13.22
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Ex-Fidelity Multi-Asset Chief To Close Boutique For Health Reasons

James Bateman to shut down value-focused proposition after announcing treatment for cancer.

05.12.22
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Albaron Partners, With Blackstone, Bain Pedigree, Readies Debut Fund

Albaron is a crop of first-timers braving the tough fundraising market to try and attract capital from picky LPs.

05.11.22
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J.P. Morgan Launches New Data Platform For The Buy-Side

J.P. Morgan’s Securities Services business announced today the launch of “Fusion by J.P. Morgan,” a data platform that delivers end-to-end data management and reporting solutions for institutional investors.

05.11.22
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Russia-Ukraine War Has U.S. Pensions Examining Long-Term Investment Sustainability

U.S. pensions’ allocations to Russian assets are limited, but plans are responding to the conflict by considering their long-term approach.

05.11.22
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Canada-Owned VC Turns To Pension Funds For Clean Tech Expansion

BDC Capital is ramping up efforts to bring in institutional investors as partners.

05.11.22
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Pensions’ Bad Year Poised To Get Worse

Funds that manage retirement savings for teachers, firefighters and other public workers returned a median minus 4.01% in the first quarter.

05.11.22