As Japanese equities surge after 20 years of recession, investors must decide whether this is the start of a sustained recovery or just another dead-cat bounce
In an attempt to improve returns and cost efficiency, the Nobel Foundation is shifting from active to passive equity mandates and adding more hedge funds to its portfolio.
The myriad scenarios that generate inflation means deciding on the right assets to protect against it is a challenge
Karl Swartling, head of apparently doomed private equity specialist AP6, is manoeuvring to preserve its key characteristics and is choosing his battleground with care
Iceland's pension funds are up in arms at what are characterised as interrogations of pension fund board members. But the inquisitor-in-chief says the interviewees are treated to cake