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CIO logo | July 19, 2019
Texas Teachers CIO Provides Details on Potential Singapore Office

Chase CEO Jamie Dimon to provide market insights in September board meeting.

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CIO logo | July 19, 2019
A Break for the Weakened Housing Market

Mortgage rates are on the way down, which should boost affordability and home building starts.

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CIO logo | July 19, 2019
Warren Legislation Would Publicize Private Equity Fees and Returns, and Tighten Pension Obligations

Presidential candidate blasts PE firms, targets predatory opportunities throughout the business model.

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CIO logo | July 19, 2019
Navab Capital Partners Closing After Founder’s Untimely Death

Firm decides not to continue ‘without him at the helm.’

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CIO logo | July 18, 2019
Robin Diamonte to Receive CIO’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award

UTC’s CIO, considered by many to be a master of the industry, to be honored during awards night at NY Public Library.

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CIO logo | July 18, 2019
Nominate The Most Incredible Asset Owners and Managers for the 2019 CIO Innovation Awards

Nominations for this year's 10th annual bash close August 3.

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CIO logo | July 18, 2019
Brazil’s Lower House Delays Pension Reform Vote, Irking Investors

The Chamber of Deputies will take until August to vote, and the Senate will need at least two months after that.

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CIO logo | July 18, 2019
Ray Dalio Calls for Investing in Gold Amid Troubling Times

The hedge fund kingpin says the allure of stocks will wane.

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CIO logo | July 18, 2019
Church Pension Group Beats Benchmarks

$13.5 billion fund has $2.7 billion in commitments to limited partnerships.

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PS logo | July 18, 2019
Investment Product and Service Launches

Fidelity adds lower expense ratio mutual funds, and Vanguard introduces global stock fund. 

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CIO logo | July 17, 2019
Sweden’s AP4 Returns 13% in First Half Despite ‘Turbulent Market’

CEO Niklas Ekvall airs grievances against new laws.

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CIO logo | July 17, 2019
Kentucky Tries to Head Off Looming Pension Crisis

Gov. Matt Bevin asks special session of legislature this time to revamp quasi-government agencies’ retirement plans.

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CIO logo | July 17, 2019
OK, the China Trade Talks Are Tough, But What Would a Pact Look Like?

More US goods bought, less tech transfer, and an enforcement mechanism. Maybe.

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CIO logo | July 17, 2019
California State Controller Eyes CalPERS Private Prison Divestment

The issue of CalPERS divesting from private prison companies CoreCivic and The GEO Group isn’t dead after all.

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CIO logo | July 16, 2019
Brunel CEO Dawn Turner Resigns

Departing chief says £30 billion pooled fund needs ‘different style of leadership.’

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CIO logo | July 16, 2019
Dutch Pension APG Signs Government Climate Agreement

Paris Agreement-based policy signatories represent $3.3 trillion in assets under management.

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CIO logo | July 16, 2019
CalPERS Makes Global Fixed Income Managing Director Official

Fund veteran Arnold B. Phillips had been serving as interim head since May 2018.

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PA logo | July 12, 2019
Retirement Industry People Moves

Insight Investment names portfolio strategist; Ascensus adds RVP to cover northern Texas region; QMA announces chief business officer; and more.

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PS logo | July 12, 2019
Retirement Industry People Moves

QMA announces chief business officer; Nationwide appoints leaders to financial services business; and former financial services CEO joins Custodia's advisory council.

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PA logo | July 11, 2019
Investment Product and Service Launches

Man Group releases ESG analysis tool; Prudential Capital Group renames global investment business; Schwab expands ETF OneSource Program; and more.

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PS logo | July 11, 2019
Investment Product and Service Launches

Man Group releases ESG analysis tool; Prudential Capital Group renames global investment business; Schwab expands ETF OneSource Program; and more.

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