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Meketa Investment Group Moves To New Westwood, MA Location

Meketa Investment Group (Meketa) announced the firm has moved to a new office at 80 University Avenue, Westwood, Massachusetts.

11.25.20
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Report: Institutional Investors Plan To Almost Double Allocations To Renewables By 2025

Survey reveals surging demand for renewables, as leading investment firms ramp up clean energy ambitions.

11.25.20
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Institutional Investors Continued To Sell Midstream Stocks In Q3

Eight of the top publicly traded North American pipeline firms saw institutional ownership decrease during the period, with Energy Transfer again bearing the brunt of the selloff.

11.25.20
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95% Of Canadian Institutional Investors Shunned ESG During COVID-19: Survey

Canadian institution investors are abandoning ESG in greater numbers than international peers, according to a survey.

11.23.20
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What Biden’s Win Means For Retirement Plans

Experts say the president-elect could start the process of shoring up Social Security and embrace ESG investing.

11.20.20
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Hooker & Holcombe Positions Firm For Additional Growth With Shareholder Expansion

Hooker & Holcombe, a regional leader in employer-based actuarial, investment advisory and retirement plan consulting, has announced that Norm Yamamoto, consulting actuary and Marc Condon, pension administration consultant within the Actuarial Services Group, and Pamela Minish, Investment Advisory Group managing director, have been named shareholders of the firm.

11.20.20
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Committee On Investments And Social Responsibility Shirks Duties, Past Representatives Say

During the two years Samantha Panchèvre (SFS ’19) served on Georgetown University’s Committee on Investments and Social Responsibility, the committee’s passivity and misguided priorities prevented it from operating as she had hoped it would.

11.20.20
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AIMCo chief executive to exit from Alberta’s embattled fund manager by June 2021

CALGARY – The chief executive of Alberta Investment Management Corp. is expected to leave the post by next June — a few months earlier than planned before the Alberta fund manager’s investment track record came under fire earlier this year.

11.20.20
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Rhode Island Pension Fund Outperforms Market In October

This October, as the U.S. stock market fell by -2.16% (as measured by the Russell 3000), the Rhode Island pension system declined by only -1.09%, benefitting from the diversification of the plan’s Back to Basics investment strategy and ending the month with $8,680,681,661 in total plan assets.

11.19.20
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Pension Funds See Opportunities In Emerging Markets

Institutional investors like pension funds and hedge funds have seen their opportunities vary, but they’re making the most of the situation.

11.19.20