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The Journal of Investing

Institutional Investor Journals (II Journals) are created for industry professionals and written by leading practitioners and academics. They provide detailed analyses and strategic insights that can be translated into implementable ideas in global investment management and finance.

The Journal of Investing (JOI) provides the institutional buy-side with leading research from experts on portfolio management and asset allocation issues that they can use in their own portfolios. Launched in 1992, JOI interprets the latest research on investment management for corporate plan sponsors and other institutional investors, such as insurance companies and endowments and foundations. Topics include: asset allocation, rebalancing strategy, performance measurement, global custody, defined contribution plans and emerging markets allocation. For authoritative, dynamic, useful research, JOI is the research publication of choice of senior corporate investors and their investment advisors.

Editors:

Brian R. Bruce, Editor, is Founder and CEO at Hillcrest Asset Management and Director of the Center for Investment Research.

Nick Mencher, Executive Editor, is Head of Consultant Relations, TIAA-CREF.
Audience:
Corporate pension fund managers, Portfolio managers, Treasurers, Investment advisors
Frequency:
4 issues a year
Spring (March), Summer (June), Fall (September), Winter (December)

 

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