Sheila Dang • May 30, 2017
Low volatility and growth factors have produced higher returns in the sector this year, according to Axioma.
Joe McGrath • May 26, 2017
Ambassador H.E. Liu Xiaoming spoke Friday in London of plans for a stronger relationship between U.K. and Chinese financial markets.
Joe McGrath • May 22, 2017
Despite optimism for the global economy in the medium term, British fund managers are rethinking their business models as the U.K. prepares to leave the European Union, a new survey finds.
Sheila Dang • May 19, 2017
Under the settlement, Omega will be required to maintain an on-site independent consultant who will be able to access the firm’s trading records.
Sheila Dang • May 18, 2017
CalPERS is among 53 co-signers of a letter sent to the House due to concerns the bill threatens “safeguards” for market oversight.
Amanda Cantrell • May 18, 2017
The Carlyle Group CEO took to the stage at SALT to discuss tax legislation, dry powder, income inequality, and the Russia investigation.
Joe McGrath • May 15, 2017
Bundesbank executive Andreas Dombret says more stringent regulation is needed in the Eurozone to avoid a “solvency crisis at banks.”
Kip McDaniel • May 15, 2017
Fifty years on, institutional investing is exponentially more complex — but don’t mistake complexity for certainty.
Julie Segal • May 15, 2017
Citigroup markets exec Suni Harford will take the top investments job at UBS’s asset management arm following Fitzpatrick’s departure for Soros Fund Management in March.
Allen T. Cheng • May 10, 2017
Hong Kong financiers dismiss global concerns that a financial crisis is brewing in China.
Joe McGrath • May 08, 2017
Cracking culture, great grub, and cheaper houses await financiers relocating to the French capital. But can it replace London? Institutional Investor investigates.
Staff • May 05, 2017
Private-equity and hedge-fund managers that use new technologies are charging less and putting competitive pressure on peers, according to new research.
Julie Segal • May 05, 2017
Political volatility has long been a risk when investing in emerging markets. Now, experts say, it’s a concern for the developed world as well.
Joe McGrath • May 04, 2017
The ESMA is considering charging countries outside the E.U. to help cover the cost of assessing their potential risks to the European financial system.
Allen T. Cheng • May 04, 2017
Asia’s infrastructure need is so huge that there’s no need for rivalry between China’s AIIB and the Japanese-led ADB.
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