The Editors • February 08, 2017
Being a contrarian has been essential to the Oaktree Capital co-chairman’s investing success — but the financial crisis put him through the ultimate test.
Julie Segal • January 05, 2017
The duo, who have each notched years of experience heading up the investment offices at large pension plans, will lead the firm’s West Coast expansion.
Julie Segal • November 15, 2016
Mario Gabelli and three fellow stock pickers weigh in on how managers can avoid an early exit from the investment business.
Bailey McCann • November 14, 2016
To cope with surprise events, the firms in our annual ranking of Europe’s biggest asset managers have broadened their investment horizons.
Leanna Orr • November 09, 2016
Analysts have begun to weigh in on how a Trump presidency will affect markets and which sectors will see the greatest change.
Craig Mellow • November 08, 2016
Pending disruption to the buy-side/sell-side value chain in Europe will likely produce new winners — and losers.
Frances Denmark • November 05, 2016
Indexing pioneer John Bogle joined a panel of governance experts this week calling for solutions to what they call a broken system.
Imogen Rose-Smith • November 02, 2016
A sobering report from McKinsey sees turmoil ahead for investment firms — and opportunity for those able to adapt to the new world order.
Julie Segal • November 01, 2016
The world’s largest asset manager is all-in on data science.
Allen T. Cheng • October 25, 2016
China’s 20 largest asset managers together topped $1 trillion in assets in 2016.
Julie Segal • October 21, 2016
The traditional asset manager gets instant SRI cred; the much-smaller Calvert gets a big distribution network.
Julie Segal • October 20, 2016
Several prime money market funds have started trading above or below $1.00 NAV, just days after new rules were enacted. Investors are grappling with how to adjust to the new landscape.
Julie Segal • October 17, 2016
‘Clients don’t think asset management belongs at a large bank,’ says small-cap value leader Samir Sikka as he forms an independent management firm.
Julie Segal • October 05, 2016
The bank’s fake-accounts scandal highlights the complicated relationships between bank-owned asset managers and their parents.
David Turner • October 05, 2016
The manager is expanding outside its fixed-income base by buying an equities boutique and adding passive offerings, including smart beta.
Jess Delaney • October 05, 2016
Non-profit FCLT Global, a combination of the world’s most powerful investors and companies, descends upon New York City.
Jen Werner • October 03, 2016
Declines in sovereign yields have cost investors more than $500 billion in income over the past five years and are pushing them to wade deeper into emerging market debt.
Imogen Rose-Smith • October 03, 2016
The two firms hope they will be stronger together, but the combined entity will face an increasingly tough environment for active managers.
Jess Delaney • October 03, 2016
Under Fink the asset management giant is expanding its unit that engages with companies on environmental, social and governance issues.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • September 26, 2016
Investors who have flocked to overpriced brand-name stocks like Coke for their dividends may be in for a shock.
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