Julie Segal • April 07, 2017
Asset managers may be overconfident about the use of big data to edge out rivals.
Staff • March 16, 2017
The AQR founder takes issue with white papers published by Research Affiliates CEO Rob Arnott.
Joe McGrath • March 16, 2017
Asset management start-ups are on the rise, thanks to an increased appetite for riskier strategies, managers say.
Staff • March 09, 2017
Private debt assets have quadrupled over the last decade, increasing to $595 billion in June 2016 from $147 billion in December 2006.
Staff • March 07, 2017
Alternative asset managers surveyed by Cerulli Associates found difficulty earning their way onto consultants’ recommendation lists.
The Editors • February 28, 2017
Over the course of the year, Institutional Investor’s journalism will undergo stark changes to mark the magazine’s 50th anniversary — and to adapt to a changing asset management world. Here’s what’s in store.
Allen T. Cheng • February 24, 2017
Ding Xuedong’s resignation from the Chinese sovereign wealth fund may signal a promotion, taking him closer to President Xi Jinping’s inner circle.
Paul Sweeney • February 21, 2017
Political turmoil in Europe is roiling the markets, but the latest All-Europe Fixed-Income Research Team leaders have answers on where to invest.
Staff • February 14, 2017
As investors continue to flood the private equity market, managers are finding it harder to identify attractive opportunities, according to Preqin data.
Imogen Rose-Smith • February 10, 2017
The ratings agency warns that diminished predicatability of U.S. policy threatens global economic growth.
Julie Segal • February 10, 2017
A new Greenwich Associates report says active management has taken a beating but will survive by focusing on complex, niche areas.
Julie Segal • January 30, 2017
Last year brought $17.1 billion in transactions in the asset management sector, but that figure may drop this year as firms grow more cautious.
Imogen Rose-Smith • January 27, 2017
The SEC has filed a complaint against Michael Cohen and Vanja Baros alleging corrupt dealings in Africa and that the pair misled the hedge fund.
Julie Segal • January 25, 2017
As asset management earnings season kicks off, one top analyst says firms that are construed as “too complex” may be bargains.
Julie Segal • January 18, 2017
In her new book, the former Citi wealth management boss urges women to reshape companies into places where they really want to work.
Jess Delaney • January 17, 2017
From markets to politics, 2017 is off to a bumpy start for the billionaire philanthropist.
Julie Segal • January 08, 2017
The bond giant’s smart-beta funds lost billions for the second straight year despite solid performance for some funds last year.
Imogen Rose-Smith • December 06, 2016
The U.S. stock market could be about to get wild — in a good way, according to Goldman Sachs.
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.
Daniel Nadler • November 04, 2016
Corporate tax reform is one of the few things both major parties agree on. But what would companies actually do with the repatriated money?
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