Allen T. Cheng • March 15, 2017
Following the disappearance (and subsequent reappearance) of a tycoon in Hong Kong, leaders of publically-listed Chinese companies are on high alert amid a crackdown on corruption.
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.
Imogen Rose-Smith • February 07, 2017
The two hedge fund investors have announced plans to get hitched, managing more than $30 billion in assets combined.
Staff • February 06, 2017
Investors surveyed by NEPC said the economy looks better than last year — but overall return expectations remain modest.
Julie Segal • December 20, 2016
The investment bank’s asset management arm has lost a number of key executives as it continues to cut costs.
Dan Weil • December 20, 2016
With regulatory changes driving the shift, market participants need better data and benchmarks, firms in our annual TCA ranking say.
Kip McDaniel • December 15, 2016
Money managers based near Trump Tower must now run a gauntlet of protesters, security blockades, press pits, and endless traffic on the daily commute.
Michelle Celarier • December 12, 2016
Kill, replace, or recapitalize? The new Treasury secretary suggests Fannie and Freddie are finally on the brink of change.
Imogen Rose-Smith • December 08, 2016
The ratings agency downgrades its outlook on active management to negative, citing a tough environment and lackluster performance.
Frances Denmark • December 01, 2016
Governance expert Lukomnik argues that the growth of intermediaries has helped create a financial system focused on short-term gain.
Matt Craig • November 28, 2016
The U.K.’s £6.9 trillion asset management industry is a market failure, according to findings from the country’s market regulator.
Julie Segal • November 22, 2016
The organization has joined forces with the Regulatory Compliance Association to boost asset manager compliance with its set of industry best practices.
Julie Segal • November 18, 2016
Competition and scale don’t bring lower fees for investors, the Financial Conduct Authority finds in a new report.
Daniel Nadler • November 18, 2016
The billionaire’s election victory may hamper the clean energy and technology industries, but other aspects of the new economy are booming.
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.
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.
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