Adapt or Die? Investment Biz Braces for Tech Effect

Most investment industry workers expect their job functions to change over the next five to 10 years as a result of technological disruption–with nearly half expecting that change to span from significantly different to job eliminating–according to the findings of a new report released by CFA Institute, titled the Investment Professional of the Future. The report explores how investment industry …

Interview with Pentegra’s Scott Stone: Part 5

For our fifth video series installment, Managing Editor Leslie Kramer sat down with Pentegra Retirement Services’s CIO Scott Stone, at Markets Group’s Tri-State Institutional Forum in New York, and asked if he expects to see more defined benefit plans moving into the defined contribution space. This is part five of a five-part series.

Interview with Pentegra’s Scott Stone: Part 4

For our fourth video series installment, Managing Editor Leslie Kramer sat down with Pentegra Retirement Services’ CIO Scott Stone, at Markets Group’s Tri-State Institutional Forum, in New York, and asked if he thinks the pension crisis will be solved any time soon. This is part four of a five-part series.

Interview with Pentegra’s Scott Stone: Part 3

For our third video series installment, Managing Editor Leslie Kramer sat down with Pentegra Retirement Services’ CIO Scott Stone, at Markets Group’s Tri-State Institutional Forum in New York, and asked if pension funds need to change their asset allocation to prepare for a coming recession. This is part three of a five-part series.

J.P. Morgan Shakes up AM Investment Committee

Paul Quinsee, global head of equities, and Bob Michele, global head of fixed income, currency and commodities (GFICC) at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, will expand their current roles to include co-head responsibilities of the Asset Management Investment Committee (AMIC), which reviews new and existing global product offerings at the firm, according to Mary Callahan Erdoes, …

Interview with Pentegra’s Scott Stone: Part 2

For our second video series installment, Managing Editor Leslie Kramer sat down with Pentegra Retirement Services’ CIO Scott Stone, at Markets Group’s Tri-State Institutional Forum in New York, to discuss “the crisis” of unfunded liabilities at U.S. pension funds, and how Pentegra has been so successful in funding its own liabilities. This is part-two of …

NJ HF Cut Just Latest Action in Industry’s Value-For-Fees Pursuit

The New Jersey Division of Investment’s decision at the close of May to halve the state’s pension funds’ hedge fund allocation to 3% from 6% to save on asset management fees raised nary an eyebrow, viewed by the industry as just business as usual—just another fund in a long and growing list of institutional asset owners …

Pentegra CIO Stone Discusses Unfunded Liabilities Crisis

For our second video series installment, Managing Editor Leslie Kramer sat down with Pentegra Retirement Services‘ CIO Scott Stone at Markets Group’s Tri-State Institutional Forum in New York to discuss what he sees as the crisis of unfunded liabilities at pension funds around the country. This is part one of a five-part series.

CIOs Mix It Up on Myriad Questions, Concerns

What are the interesting trends in 2019? What does the future of private equity investment hold? Where are returns to be found at the close of a bull market?  And where does the search begin for strategies that can provide solid returns while delivering protection across asset classes?  These were just some of the questions …

Almost All Investors to Boost “Impact” Allocation Over Next Three Years: KBIGI Survey

A whopping 94% of responders to a new survey released by Dublin-based KBI Global Investors (KBIGI) say they are looking to increase their allocation to impact over the next one to three years. The survey found that 78% of respondents are currently investing in the impact investment space, with 21% investing through public equity, 21% …