Magazine Issues»May 2010

Pension funds should beware of investment fads and consider asset classes in terms of their risk exposure, says P-Solve boss Mike Faulkner. By Angele Spiteri Paris

Roger Gray, CIO of the USS pension fund for the past seven months, talks to Angele Spiteri Paris about hedge funds, missed opportunities and strengthening 'middle ground' processes.

Pension funds have had to make highly difficult asset allocation choices owing to changeable markets. Here, Angele Spiteri Paris looks at asset trends (see also our interviews with three leading figures in pension fund investment)

Moving Out: Hermes took a new approach to choosing an outsourcer in a bid to cut down on time and find the right cultural fit. Philip Keeler explains...

As custodians become more selective about who they provide operational services for, Nick Fitzpatrick asks what they ideally want from their clients

A new era of mutual respect between fund managers and their outsourcers is dawning, but managers should expect their providers to be tougher on revenues and more selective about the clients they work with, finds Nick Fitzpatrick

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