Continuity in asset allocation and investment strategy is widely expected at the world’s largest pension fund as it replaces Hiromichi Mizuno with an experienced banker.
As interest in alternatives grows, the CIO of Japan's national pension fund believes that the mindset of asset owners must change, if they want to hire the staff they need.
Last night AsianInvestor unveiled the winners of the last four award categories: Japan, Endowment, Best CIO and Individual Contribution to Institutional Investment.
GPIF’s Hiromichi Mizuno has fundamentally changed the world’s largest pension fund – and global institutional investment. He tells AsianInvestor why.
With only a six month addition to Hiromichi Mizuno’s tenure, it is unclear who will execute the world largest pension fund’s extended investments plans, which face a revamp in early 2020.
Hiromichi Mizuno of Government Pension Investment Fund explains why he is disappointed so far with passive manager proposals to engage more with the firms they invest into.