Survey: Institutional Investors Often Driven Towards Short-Term Thinking

Previous surveys have shown that pension funds almost universally consider themselves long-term investors. But their investment decisions, by their own admittance, can often reflect short-term thinking. A new survey sheds some light on the factors and pressures that cause pension funds to break away from long-term thinking. Summarized by Chief Investment ...

An Optimist’s View of Long-Termism In Institutional Investing

Investments & Pensions Europe released a survey today indicating that three of every four pension funds consider themselves long term investors. But they disagreed on the specifics of long-termism. In light of the survey, here’s an article by Theresa Whitmarsh, Executive Director of the Washington State Investment Board, discussing how pension ...
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