Bailey McCann • October 25, 2016
Interest from big players like BlackRock and TPG could help to create more robust metrics around socially responsible investing.
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.
Daniel Nadler • October 12, 2016
A so-called regulatory sandbox proposed by U.S. lawmakers could pave the way for sensible fintech regulation.
Julie Segal • October 12, 2016
The New York money manager wants a suit filed by a former employee over funds offered by the firm’s retirement plan to be dismissed.
Andrew Barber • October 07, 2016
Pound sterling experiences flash crash; Merrill moves to retirement fees; Schwab joins ETF cost-cutting; protectionism hot topic at IMF.
Andrew Barber • October 06, 2016
Guterres elected as UN Secretary General; Theranos to shut down labs; EU group to discuss transaction tax.
Andrew Barber • October 05, 2016
IMF projections see U.S. slowdown, problems in commodity-centric emerging markets; BlackRock slashes some ETF fees; U.S. oil supply dips; VP candidates battle.
Andrew Barber • October 04, 2016
India central bank lowers rates; Brexit jitters send pound down, stocks up; Bass Pro Shops merges with Cabela’s.
Julie Segal • October 04, 2016
The banks in our annual ranking of the World’s Largest Global Custodians cite new requirements of asset managers as a top business driver.
Philip Pearson • October 02, 2016
This week the SEC begins its test on trading for small-cap stocks. Here’s what investors should expect.
Craig Mellow • September 28, 2016
Weak growth and divisive politics post threats to global trading system, but the former WTO head insists the true picture is brighter.
Andrew Barber • September 21, 2016
Ahead of FOMC, BOJ decides to focus on yield curve; OECD lowers global GDP outlook; Microsoft announces share repurchase; SEC probes Exxon environmental accounting.
Andrew Barber • September 20, 2016
New York bombing suspect apprehended; eastern EU members demand no special deal for Brits; Petrobras cuts investment goals.
The Editors • September 16, 2016
Ray Dalio and Tim Geithner at the Delivering Alpha conference, investing in the UN’s SDGs and the rise in corporate lending all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Andrew Barber • September 16, 2016
Big banks protest regulation, litigation and negative rates; experts question Trump economic plan; consultant accused of hiding ties to imploding hedge fund; Oracle earnings soft.
Imogen Rose-Smith • September 16, 2016
The Level Global co-founder insists the FBI raid on his hedge fund firm improperly damaged his reputation, but his case raises questions about how hedge fund traders find an edge.
Frances Denmark • September 15, 2016
In a room filled with famous hedge fund managers, the understated but high-performing pension manager draws a big crowd.
Allen T. Cheng • September 12, 2016
Fund managers are looking to mainland China’s economy for direction after sharp declines on major stock exchanges have hit the industry.
Dan Weil • September 12, 2016
Skeptics of loans from asset management firms fear what will happen to the burgeoning market during the next credit crisis.
Andrew Barber • September 12, 2016
Complacent markets give way to anxious ones; Clinton discloses a case of pneumonia; Industrial gas merger called off; HP to buy Samsung printer business.
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