The incoming president of the world’s largest pension fund will need to oversee a freer hand in foreign asset allocation and appoint a new CIO, with Hiromichi Mizuno leaving.
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.
The pension fund’s ground-breaking research on artificial intelligence for portfolio management stems from frustration, its CIO tells AsianInvestor.
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.
The new allocation policy instigated by the giant Japanese pension fund's first CIO is starting to pay off