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California Teachers’ Pension System Increases Co-Investing

The $282 billion pension system more than doubled its co-investment commitments in the six months through last September.

03.04.21
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The Coming Bailout of State Pension Plans

The unquestionable governing principle must be that bailouts require reform: No reform, no bailout.

03.04.21
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PIMCO Adds U.S. Defense Policy And National Security Expert Michèle Flournoy To Its Global Advisory Board

Ms. Flournoy served as Under Secretary of Defense for Policy in the Obama Administration and as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy in the Clinton Administration.

03.04.21
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Bond Tantrum Has Big Silver Lining For Pensions

Higher interest rates will keep defined-benefit plans on track to fully meet their future obligations.

03.03.21
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Wonder Women: Why Defined-Contribution Plans Benefit From Female Plan Administrators

Not only is gender diversity improving among defined-contribution plan administrators, but that shift is likely to result in better participant outcomes.

03.03.21
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Institutional Investors Hold $1.03 Trillion Investments In Coal

Despite the ongoing ESG push, institutional investors around the world held as of the end of January 2021 as much as $1.03 trillion in companies operating in the thermal coal value chain.

03.03.21
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More Institutional Investors Jumping Into Bitcoin Leaves Less To Go Around, Data Shows

Institutions are buying more bitcoin per month than what’s being mined, and there just isn’t enough for everyone.

03.03.21
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CalSTRS Addresses Corporate Sustainability And Business Continuity After Extraordinary Year

Seventh annual sustainability report highlights enterprise risk management in first half of 2020.

03.03.21
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The Gender Factor In Investing

New research explores how biases can affect the funding of female-led ventures.

03.03.21
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Small-Cap: Much Ado About Quality

2020 was a year in which some small-cap asset managers flourished while most struggled to adapt to the changing tides.

03.03.21