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Amy Resnick is the editor of Pensions & Investments, based in the paper's New York City office. She joined P&I in 2012 as executive editor. A veteran financial journalist, she previously worked as Americas Editor of IFR magazine, a Thomson Reuters capital markets publication focused on capital formation. Prior to that, she spent 15 years at The Bond Buyer, the paper of record for the municipal bond market, including her last 10 years there as the Editor in Chief. She was the first woman ever to hold that job in the 124-year history of the publication. She also served as a reporter and tax reporter in the paper's Washington, DC bureau and as the paper's managing editor. Ms. Resnick was a Knight Wallace Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan, where she studied politics, taxation and infrastructure finance. She is a self-described public policy nerd. She has appeared on CNBC, Nightly Business Report, CNNfn and C-SPAN speaking on financial markets issues. She is a member of the board of directors of the Journalism and Women Symposium and a mentor-editor for the OpEd Project. She has a master’s degree in journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and a bachelor’s degree in international relations and history from Tufts University.
EDHEC-Risk Institute and Pensions & Investments have established a partnership to produce a special quarterly editorial supplement to provide Pensions & Investments readers with industry-relevant research of the highest academic standards.
Pensions & Investments (P&I), the leading bi-weekly international money management newspaper for pension, portfolio and investment management executives, based in New York and Chicago, produce regular supplements containing research contributions from EDHEC-Risk Institute.
Over fifteen supplements have been published following the inaugural issue in November 2013.
The April 2020 edition of the Research for Institutional Money Management supplement to P&I is an EDHEC-Risk Institute Special. It covers several research issues that have relevance for the investment industry today. We first look at the use of financial engineering to manage climate risks. The role of financial markets and financial innovation as a mechanism to enforce climate policy and to accelerate the transition toward a low-carbon economy is still overlooked. We provide a definition of value in Treasury bonds that allows for statistically significant and economically relevant predictions of cross-sectional excess returns. We introduce a comprehensive investment framework blending liability-driven investing and factor investing. We create two interpretable liquidity measures that we associate with market and funding liquidity. Finally, we examine the question of cross-sectional momentum in the U.S. sovereign bond market.