David Turner • November 27, 2015
After some recent difficult years, the London-based firm makes the case for its strategy as a liquid diversifier for institutional investors.
Amanda Cantrell • November 26, 2015
AQR co-founder Cliff Asness’ support of both Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio and the International Rescue Organization highlights tricky issues around political endorsements.
Jason Mitchell, Steven Desmyter • November 26, 2015
Should substantive policy come out of the Paris climate change summit talks, it might lead to the formation of a solid carbon-trading index.
Julie Segal • November 25, 2015
The founder of Huber Capital Management believes that winning stock picking comes down to character.
Khadijah M. Silver • November 25, 2015
In the first of five stories on the battle to address skyrocketing drug prices in the U.S., Institutional Investor looks at how the actions of one small pharmaceuticals company have set off a firestorm in Washington.
Seth Weingram • November 24, 2015
Having faith in your stock picks is one thing, but portfolio concentration is a poor way to show it.
Institutional Investor • November 24, 2015
Jamie Cook of Credit Suisse, the sector's most highly regarded researcher, says now is a good time for longer-term investors to pick up quality names at reasonable valuations.
Jeff Ostrowski • November 24, 2015
With foreign investors approaching record purchases of commercial property in U.S. cities, conditions may not be as frothy as they appear.
Bailey McCann • November 23, 2015
As opportunities to invest in troubled mortgages dwindle, credit managers are betting on borrowers underserved by the banks.
Ric Thomas • November 22, 2015
The right proportion of a passive management mandate may actually lead to a greater actively managed share. Here’s how.
Dan Weil • November 20, 2015
High valuations are slowing the deal pace, but firms have plenty of dry powder to put to work.
Katie Gilbert • November 19, 2015
Will the U.S. Department of Labor’s new ESG guidance prompt more pension funds to embrace sustainable investing?
Dan Weil • November 19, 2015
Despite aggressive easing, the Fed, the ECB and the Bank of Japan haven’t sparked robust growth. What’s missing? Fiscal and regulatory tools.
Dan Weil • November 18, 2015
The catalysts for an imminent recession still aren’t in place, despite geopolitical anxieties and sagging overseas economies.
Phil Camporeale • November 18, 2015
With performance challenges, getting yield out of a traditional equity allocation is tough. Here are four ways of doing so.
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