Alicia McElhaney • August 21, 2017
In a new LinkedIn post on Monday, the Bridgewater founder said his firm is “tactically reducing” its risk in response to rising political tensions in the U.S.
Julie Segal • August 16, 2017
The unexpected resignation of Dimensional Fund Advisors co-CEO Eduardo Repetto was “a surprise to everybody,” says the firm’s founder, but it has moved quickly to replace him.
Joe McGrath • August 16, 2017
Increased scrutiny from fund managers on corporate executive pay packages is starting to shape boardroom behavior, a data review has found.
Joe McGrath • August 11, 2017
The financial conglomerate is to float two of its businesses “at the earliest opportunity” next year as it completes the break-up of its four business units.
Staff • August 10, 2017
Strong fundraising has fund managers spending more on portfolio companies as both competition and dry powder mount.
Alicia McElhaney • August 03, 2017
The major shift to passive fund management has increased the need for M&A at the same time that it’s deterring potential buyers.
Joe McGrath • August 03, 2017
British financial services firms are calling on their regulator to offer more transparency on potential changes surrounding European distribution, among other issues, after the U.K. leaves the European Union.
Staff • May 23, 2017
Plan advisors rank the best recordkeepers, DCIOs, broker-dealers, and RIAs in II’s first-ever DC Industry Leaders study.
Staff • May 11, 2017
The industry’s assets under management have nearly doubled since 2008 to $524 billion, according to Preqin data.
Imogen Rose-Smith • May 03, 2017
The outspoken foundation president criticized an industry still dominated by white men — a problem confirmed in a new report.
Staff • May 01, 2017
Nine directors and CEO Peter Kraus were dismissed in a shake-up orchestrated by majority shareholder AXA.
Staff • April 13, 2017
AQR’s Cliff Asness defends his firm against accusations of data mining in his on-going feud with Research Affiliates’ Rob Arnott.
Craig Mellow • April 13, 2017
Or, for European research houses, something closer to denial.
Joe McGrath • April 03, 2017
Pressure to cut costs by replacing humans with robots may end up hurting firms if they’re not careful, PwC says.
Imogen Rose-Smith • March 30, 2017
With heathcare on hold, the U.S. Senate kicks off efforts to roll back auto-IRA programs.
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