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Australia’s sovereign wealth fund has created five new roles, split by asset class, following the departure of its head of property.
The country’s four AP funds are one step closer to gaining more flexibility when investing in private markets.
Dahab Associates CIO Steven Roth tells Agri Investor which managers did not make the cut in the $225m pension's search.
The Australian superfunds’ retiring CEO has said it is ‘comfortable and satisfied’ with its investments with the troubled asset manager.
Following her resignation last week, Kat Taylor tells Agri Investor that even as a member of the university’s second-highest governing body, she was unable to get a definitive picture of the $37bn endowment’s agriculture investments.
Deanne Stewart, current chief executive of Metlife’s Australian business, will take over in November after Michael Dwyer retires.
Ted Eliopoulos, who has been at the US's largest public pension for more than one decade, will step away by the start of 2019.
European pensions are more comfortable with debt than equity when investing in the developing world, the Dutch institution's investment management chief tells us.
Townsend is calling on the endowment – an LP in ag vehicles run by Brookfield, Agriculture Capital and others – to turn its attention to 'unique situations' such as secondaries.
Allocating 15% of a portfolio to the asset class can help sovereign funds grow 27% faster over nine years, fresh research estimates.
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