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Investing Institutional Investors

  • DUBAI, Feb 25- The chairman of Dubai Holding, the investment vehicle of the emirate's ruler and a major force in developing the Dubai economy, has resigned to focus on his role in the national government, the conglomerate said on Saturday. As head of Dubai Holding since its founding in 2004, Mohammed Abdullah al-Gergawi came to oversee a $35 billion portfolio of...

  • NEW YORK, Feb 24- Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive of DoubleLine Capital, said on Friday he expects the yield on the benchmark 10- year U.S. Yields fell as low as 2.313 percent, the lowest since Jan. 17. Gundlach, who oversees $101 billion, first introduced his view on the 10- year yield's bottom in January.

  • *U.S., Canada looking for' greenfield' investors. TORONTO, Feb 24 S- Canadian pension fund manager OMERS would like to invest more in building new infrastructure, its chief financial officer said, making it a candidate to support government programs in Canada and the United States. However, with competition for' brownfield' assets inflating prices around the world,...

  • LONDON, Feb 21- Institutional investors pulled $468.8 billion out of equities in 2016, a report by the research firm eVestment showed on Tuesday, notwithstanding a rally late in the year that drove stock markets to record highs. The fourth-quarter selling was broad-based, with client accounts domiciled in the United States, Europe, Britain, Canada, Africa, the...

  • *Inflows from China pension funds will top $1 bln- media. SHANGHAI, Feb 21- Shanghai stocks edged up on Tuesday morning to an 11- week high, as risk appetites were improved on hopes for big flows into stock markets from pension funds plus news that some companies have scrapped new share sales. Tian Weidong, analyst at Kaiyuan Securities in Xi'an, said one part of the...

  • LONDON, Feb 20- Sovereign wealth funds pulled $37.8 billion from global stock and bond markets in 2016, data from research firm eVestment showed on Monday, although fourth quarter flows showed a slowdown in the rate of redemptions. The rate of selling steadily reduced over the course of 2016, with fourth quarter redemptions of $4.9 billion, down from a revised...

  • The global study, conducted by Stirling Infrastructure Partners, an adviser to institutional investors, polled 44 sovereign wealth funds and pension funds with some $63 billion allocated to infrastructure, and found a growing appetite for assets in riskier markets. Central and Eastern Europe rose to 30 percent from 22 percent and Latin America to 27 percent...

  • SHANGHAI, Feb 20- China's blue-chip index posted its biggest daily gain in six months on Monday after media reports said pension funds may begin flowing into the country's stock markets as early as this week. Media reported on Friday that China had started investing an initial 360 billion yuan in pension insurance funds from seven provinces and cities in...

  • TORONTO/ NEW YORK, Feb 17- Kinder Morgan Inc has begun talks with institutional investors including major Canadian pension funds and private equity firms to raise capital for the C $6.8 billion expansion of its Trans Mountain pipeline project, according to people familiar with the process. The biggest U.S. pipeline company, which has said its goals for 2017...

  • EXCLUSIVE-KINDER MORGAN INC BEGINS TALKS WITH MAJOR CANADIAN PENSION FUNDS, PRIVATE EQUITY FIRMS TO FINANCE TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE EXPANSION- SOURCES.

  • TORONTO/ NEW YORK, Feb 17- Kinder Morgan Inc has begun talks with institutional investors including major Canadian pension funds and private equity firms to raise capital for the C $6.8 billion expansion of its Trans Mountain pipeline project, according to people familiar with the process. The biggest U.S. pipeline company, which has said its goals for 2017...

  • HELSINKI, Feb 17- Finnish pension fund Ilmarinen has increased its investments in U.S. equities while cutting back on European stocks due to weak growth prospects in the region, its chief executive Timo Ritakallio said on Friday. Ilmarinen, Finland's second-biggest pension fund after Varma, oversees about 37 billion euros in investments and its moves are...

  • --China has started investing an initial 360 billion yuan in pension insurance funds from seven provinces and cities, including Beijing and Shanghai, in financial markets, widening a scope until then restricted to lower-yielding bank deposits and treasuries, the state-owned Securities Daily reported on Friday, citing the Ministry of Human Resources and...

  • Feb 16- Snap Inc, owner of the popular messaging app Snapchat, is seeking a valuation of between $16.20 billion and $18.52 billion in its highly awaited initial public offering. "I think that the lower proposed valuation reflects feedback from institutional investors that the higher valuation is hard to justify," Jay Ritter, IPO expert and professor at the...

  • Feb 15- Procter& Gamble Co, maker of Tide detergent and Gillette razors, will face ever greater pressure to slice costs and slow-growing divisions now that activist investor Trian Partners is a major shareholder. A person familiar with the matter told Reuters that Trian currently holds more than $3 billion of P&G's stock. Bernstein Research said in January 2016...

  • NEW YORK, Feb 14- Bob Shearer, who manages one of BlackRock Inc's largest funds, is planning to leave the world's biggest asset manager later this year, executives said in a memo on Tuesday. Shearer is a managing director and lead portfolio manager for the nearly $22 billion BlackRock Equity Dividend Fund, BlackRock's third-largest mutual fund and its biggest...

  • *Europe, United States favourite destinations for investment. JERUSALEM, Feb 14- Israeli institutional investors are placing billions of dollars in foreign private equity funds after government reforms to encourage household savings brought an influx of cash. Insurance and retirement fund managers have seen their assets swell 50 percent in five years,...

  • BOSTON, Feb 13- Harvard University added Brian Rogers, chief investment officer at T. Rowe Price Group Inc, to the board that oversees the investment of its $35.7 billion endowment, the Ivy League school said on Monday. Rogers joined the 11- member Harvard Management Company board at a critical time, just weeks after the school's investment arm announced sweeping...

  • BOGOTA, Feb 9- Colombia's government has eliminated a tax paid on local portfolio investments by Peruvian and Chilean pension funds, and may add Mexico, a government official said on Thursday. "Today, Chile and Peru have such agreements and have been applying them since January 1, 2017. The Pacific Alliance includes Colombia, Peru, Chile and Mexico.

  • LONDON, Feb 9- Fund manager Henderson Group's total assets rose 10 percent to 101 billion pounds in 2016 after market gains more than offset the impact of retail customers withdrawing money. Henderson said its planned $6 billion purchase of rival U.S. asset manager Janus Capital was on track to complete by the end of May, and it planned to pay a final dividend of...