Staff • February 23, 2017
Barclays’ annual industry outlook forecasts a return to net inflows – but Preqin offers a less rosy perspective.
The Editors • February 22, 2017
The inside story of how Henry Kravis and his partners started Kohlberg Kravis Roberts — plus the only mistake the private equity legend has ever made twice.
Paul Sweeney • February 22, 2017
The leader of the All-Europe Fixed-Income Sales Team doesn’t just offer the best ideas, prices, and products — it puts a premium on client service, say satisfied customers.
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.
Bailey McCann • February 15, 2017
“Retail growth has been one of the biggest surprises,” says the founder of hedge fund firm Orasis Capital.
Staff • February 15, 2017
Allocators surveyed by J.P. Morgan don’t plan on dropping hedge funds – but nearly all expect lower fees in 2017.
The Editors • February 15, 2017
The inside story of how GSO's Bennett Goodman — whose firm had just been acquired by Stephen Schwarzman's private equity behemoth Blackstone — survived the financial crisis of 2008.
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.
Staff • February 14, 2017
Real estate and private equity firms see the biggest jump in marketing staff, says recruiter Context Jensen Partners.
Imogen Rose-Smith • February 14, 2017
Trevor Woods is out as Beau Taylor strikes deal with former senior partner at energy-focused ArcLight Capital.
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.
Staff • February 10, 2017
Boston Consulting Group sees a doomsday scenario where margins shrink 20% and midmarket managers are “wiped out”
Leanna Orr • February 09, 2017
And how New York City — the worst offender — plans to make them suck less.
The Editors • February 08, 2017
Being a contrarian has been essential to the Oaktree Capital co-chairman’s investing success — but the financial crisis put him through the ultimate test.
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