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CIO logo | April 18, 2019
New York Common Must Have 100% Sustainable Investments by 2030, Study Urges

Six-member advisory group calls on pension plan to adopt carbon-neutral goal of Paris climate accord.

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CIO logo | April 18, 2019
Yes, Oil Prices Are Back, but Maybe They Have Plateaued

Expanding stockpiles and surging shale pumping may put upper limit on petrol reprise.

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PS logo | April 18, 2019
Retirement Industry People Moves

FAF Board of Trustees Appoints PwC Partner to Financial Accounting Foundation; Broadridge Acquires Custody Assets From TD Ameritrade; Voya Financial Adds Support for Tax-Exempt Market; and more.

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CIO logo | April 17, 2019
How Michigan’s Treasury Has Benefited from Paul McCartney, Ariana Grande Song Owner

A far-sighted investment in Concord Music is now the Wolverine State’s secret weapon against a possible recession.

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CIO logo | April 17, 2019
Too Bad, Trump: Looks Like the Fed Won’t Lower Rates

Despite political pressure to reduce them, the central bank seems tilted toward eventual hikes.

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CIO logo | April 17, 2019
CDPQ’s Annual Report Reveals a Smooth Operator in Turbulent Markets

From climate change initiatives to net returns, the investor maintains its cool through ‘key transactions in major asset classes.’

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CIO logo | April 17, 2019
Oregon Gov. Proposes Robin Hood Pension Solution

To fix state’s retirement systems that are ‘ill-prepared’ for economic downturn, Kate Brown plans to take from the rich and give their tax dollars to its poorly funded pensions.

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CIO logo | April 16, 2019
Hedge Funds Turn Around, With Good First Quarter

Rebound comes after a bruising 2018, as health care and emerging markets do well.

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CIO logo | April 16, 2019
Poland Proposes to Overhaul Private Pensions

Move, aimed at helping the budget deficit, will remove assets from non-government funds.

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CIO logo | April 16, 2019
New Zealand Super to Divest from Seven Gun Companies

Christchurch shootings, tighter firearm laws make for a quick decision from fund’s guardians.

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CIO logo | April 16, 2019
Fund Managers Countersue Kentucky for ‘Wasteful’ Lawsuit

Blackstone and Prisma lawyer up to get their money back from ‘meritless’ case.

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CIO logo | April 15, 2019
Greenspan Says Expanding Entitlements Will Squelch Economic Growth

Former Federal Reserve chief warns that huge obligations will crowd out needed capital spending.

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CIO logo | April 15, 2019
At Pension Bridge: Finding Opportunity in Real Estate

What’s working now and how to take advantage of what isn’t.

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CIO logo | April 15, 2019
At Pension Bridge: What’s the Right Risk-Oriented Way to Allocate Assets?

Wisconsin’s Edwin Denson looks at what the next downturn could mean for investing.

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CIO logo | April 15, 2019
CalPERS Supports Carbon Pricing

The largest US pension plan wants heavy carbon emitters to pay as part of a plan to combat climate change.

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CIO logo | April 15, 2019
Texas Teachers’ Shoulders Its Way into Blackstone’s Behemoth Private Equity Fund

Sizable commitment shows the pair’s years-long relationship has no signs of fraying.

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PS logo | April 12, 2019
Lively HSA Goes Mobile
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PA logo | April 12, 2019
Retirement Industry People Moves

The American College of Financial Services announces multiple hires and promotions; Northern Trust names foreign exchange sales head; MassMutual adds head of benefits practice; and more.

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PS logo | April 12, 2019
Retirement Industry People Moves

Northern Trust names foreign exchange sales head; MassMutual adds head of benefits practice; Transamerica implements series of promotions; and more.

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