Swedish public pension fund AP1 has decided to adopt asset manager monitoring capabilities from eVestment, a global provider of institutional investment data and analytics.
According to a press release from eVestment, AP1 will incorporate eVestment data into its existing process for monitoring its roster of managers and for continual monitoring of managers on their shortlist. The data should give AP1 insights into how those managers are performing if AP1 seeks to rebalance or reallocate in the future.
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