Staff • June 26, 2017
Few of the world’s largest pensions and sovereign wealth funds can offer pay comparable to asset managers.
Joe McGrath • June 26, 2017
A new State Street report suggests that both asset owners and fund managers may be too complacent about their prospects for growth, despite plans to diversify into new asset classes and regions.
Leanna Orr • June 26, 2017
The retirement system’s CIO talks about repairing its offices, slashing the meeting calendar, and normalizing operations — all things that “just didn’t exist here before,” he says.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 26, 2017
As institutions pursue more esoteric investments in search of yield, grading their performance becomes that much tougher.
Amanda Cantrell • June 26, 2017
While total assets managed by the world’s top 100 hedge fund firms fell last year, several quantitative firms saw double-digit growth.
Staff • June 25, 2017
The majority of institutional assets flowing in the U.S. is intermediated by investment consultants, according to new data from Cerulli Associates.
Julie Segal • June 23, 2017
State Street Global Advisors is concerned about the precedent Snap may be setting with its $3.4 billion IPO.
Kip McDaniel & Leanna Orr • June 23, 2017
The future of investing belongs to the geeks — but so did the past.
Michelle Celarier • June 22, 2017
The two hotshot activists — protégés of rival activists Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman, respectively — have seen their firms’ assets decline substantially.
Alicia McElhaney • June 22, 2017
Thirty-six percent of large institutional investors prefer renewable assets to traditional energy such as oil, according to Preqin.
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