Joe McGrath • May 18, 2017
Pension schemes are allocating more assets to bonds and alternatives.
Alicia McElhaney • May 17, 2017
An Invest Europe report shows that European private-equity firms have taken longer to divest investments after raising the most capital since 2008.
Sheila Dang • May 05, 2017
Institutional Investor introduces new survey to find the top players serving the buy-side in the Nordic region.
Julie Segal • May 04, 2017
The private equity founder and ultimate Washington insider built Carlyle Group into a $158 billion powerhouse. Can he achieve the same success with philanthropy?
Julie Segal • April 28, 2017
With data science and artificial intelligence, Prudential's QMA is blurring the line between quants and old-fashioned fundamental stock pickers.
Staff • April 27, 2017
The secondaries market is awash with opportunity as private-equity firms are slower to exit their deals.
Alicia McElhaney • April 24, 2017
Private-equity firms are on a fundraising tear as they increasingly invest in technology––the traditional territory of venture capital.
Julie Segal • April 19, 2017
The co-chairman of Oaktree writes in his latest memo that while subscription lines to private equity and other funds aren’t exactly leverage, they can still pose big risks to the banking system.
Frances Denmark • April 19, 2017
Private equity firms are working hard to convince gatekeepers to let them enter the lucrative 401(k) market.
Sheila Dang • April 18, 2017
Institutional investors in Asia, particularly sovereign wealth funds, have been doing more co-investment deals in search of returns.
Staff • April 18, 2017
Patrick Groenendijk, who left Northern Trust last month, will return to an asset-owning role at Shell Asset Management Company.
Alicia McElhaney • April 17, 2017
The review stems from efforts to cut fund administration costs, particularly those tied to rising private equity fees.
Sheila Dang • April 13, 2017
Pew Charitable Trusts says returns from private equity investments may not justify the high cost.
The Editors • April 12, 2017
Oaktree's Howard Marks on the call that changed his life.
Staff • April 11, 2017
Patrick Groenendijk has left the Chicago-based asset manager after being named global head of equity strategy in May.
Sheila Dang • April 11, 2017
The investment committee of the largest pension fund in the U.S. will decide whether to combine private and public equity investments.
Joe McGrath • April 07, 2017
Human traders at J.P. Morgan Asset Management have been replaced by robots and quantitative researchers.
Michelle Celarier • April 05, 2017
The asset manager is selling itself at a premium, but it’s still trading at a fraction of its IPO price. The big losers? Us.
Julie Segal • March 21, 2017
Inside Blackstone, the low-key executive who runs its private equity business – the largest in the world – is quietly being groomed to succeed the firm’s legendary founder.
Staff • March 17, 2017
2009 remains the best vintage year for private equity funds in the last 10 years, PitchBook’s annual benchmarking report shows.
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