Robinson Quoted in New York Times Article on Efforts to Thwart Federal Pension Plan Investments in Chinese and Russian Corporate “Bad Actors”

On October 28, RWR President and CEO Roger W. Robinson, Jr. was quoted in a New York Times article on efforts by lawmakers and some Trump administration officials to reverse a decision by the Board of the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), which manages the pension assets of federal government employees, to move TSP’s $50 billion International Fund into the MSCI All Country World Index ex US, which includes several Chinese and Russian corporate ...

RWR Launches Huawei Risk Tracker Tool

Over the past two decades, the emergence of Huawei onto the international scene has been accompanied by a steady stream of reported risk events that have each played important parts in shaping the current atmosphere of risk, threat and business concern over choosing the company as a partner. These risk events go well beyond declarations by the U.S. government — or other governments — of the company’s alleged culpability. ...

Robinson Quoted in Reuters Article on U.S. Pension Fund Investment in Hikvision

On October 15, RWR CEO Roger W. Robinson was quoted in a Reuters article on the investment by some of the largest U.S. public pension funds in Hikvision, a Chinese surveillance technology company that was recently sanctioned by the United States for its role in enabling the ongoing persecution of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. Robinson said, “Hikvision has emerged as the corporate poster child for enabling Chinese human rights abuses, with ...