A university based in the Midwest has adjusted its retirement plans asset targets.
A New England-based university rebalanced two of its portfolios away from multi-asset strategies and value-tilted equities at its board meeting this week.
The plan is searching for its first emerging markets equity manager.
He will lead a team focused on long-only emerging market funds.
Plans’ consultant is recommending the termination for performance reasons.
The plan will make a decision after international growth manager interviews next month
The pension fund may look at adding a third private equity fund in the future for further vintage year diversification.
A Northeastern pension plan hired two international equity managers to replace a global equity mandate it terminated earlier this year.
A pension fund in New England has begun a search for a maiden unconstrained bond manager.
A Midwestern plan will recommend a hire in its search for international developed markets equity emerging managers next month.
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