Harvard University announced today that its endowment has joined Climate Action 100+, an investor-led initiative to ensure that the world’s largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters take steps to address climate change.
Dartmouth’s endowment generated a return of 7.5% for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, bringing its total value to $5.7 billion.
Our job is to make money for the University of California, and we’re betting we can do that without fossil fuels investments.
Interest rates approaching zero on long-term, safe securities makes funding more expensive.
A small, unexplained aberration in a highly specialized corner of the vast U.S. equity and derivatives market is causing a buzz among traders already on edge about a potential market pullback.
Index funds and the investors who own them face an unmanageable risk from climate change, according to the director of Stanford University’s Sustainable Finance Initiative. Many of those investors are pensions.
Two massive institutional investors are looking to deploy more capital in real estate as the economy potentially approaches a downturn, according to a new report.
The Council of institutional Investors has tapped Deputy Director Amy Borrus to succeed Ken Bertsch as executive director when he retires in August 2020, the organization announced.
Arrowgrass Capital Partners, the hedge fund started by a group of former Deutsche Bank AG traders, plans to shut after getting hit with a fresh round of investor redemptions.
NASRA says since 2009, more than 35 states increased required employee contribution rates, and more states maintain plans in which the employee contribution rate may change, depending on the pension plan’s actuarial condition or other factors.