Alicia McElhaney • September 05, 2017
Seitz has joined the asset manager from William Blair.
Christine Idzelis • September 05, 2017
Nasdaq will fund the deal through a mix of debt and cash on hand.
Joe McGrath • September 05, 2017
The British investment group has opted not to proceed with a $73 billion merger with rival Rathbones.
Julie Segal • September 04, 2017
The developers of BlackRock’s future home in Hudson Yards close on $3.8 billion in financing.
Amy Whyte • September 01, 2017
The Brokaw Act — named after the site of a Starboard Value campaign — would force investors to disclose sizable company stakes within four days of buying them, and identify when working in groups.
Alicia McElhaney • August 31, 2017
The ETF and index fund manager is increasingly stepping into a more aggressive role at companies in which it invests.
Joe McGrath • August 31, 2017
An Institutional Investor survey found hedge funds were the most likely to travel to the country in the next 12 months.
Amy Whyte • August 31, 2017
Down from $30 billion in assets to $150 million, the firm is closing its fundamental growth products and has purchased ETF specialist Elkhorn Capital.
Julie Segal • August 30, 2017
REIT manager Cohen & Steers outshines its index fund rivals.
Alicia McElhaney • August 29, 2017
Investors committed more money to emerging market hedge funds than they withdrew for the first time since 2015 as improving market conditions spark investor interest across asset classes.
Alicia McElhaney • August 25, 2017
As hedge fund investors continue to push back on fees, some managers looking to attract and keep clients are fundamentally changing how they charge for their services.
Allen T. Cheng • August 25, 2017
The insurer has invested in venture capital-backed firms for their expertise in technology, a move that’s helping Ping An expand its financial supermarket.
Joe McGrath • August 24, 2017
Investor interest in Eastern European countries continued in 2016, with private equity and VC investments at their highest since 2009, according to a new report.
Julie Segal • August 24, 2017
A new generation of computer whizzes doesn’t want a job with Renaissance or Two Sigma — it wants to make them obsolete.
Michelle Celarier • August 23, 2017
Former Pershing Square partner Paul Hilal’s activist stake in CSX railroad has reaped huge early gains — but there’s a big catch.
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