Joe McGrath • May 02, 2017
Directors of British asset managers are protecting themselves against new regulation that puts the onus on individuals for corporate failings.
Julie Segal • April 26, 2017
The SEC’s reforms to money markets pushed cash to government funds. Now treasurers are concerned about concentration in those securities.
Joe McGrath • March 22, 2017
The firms will seek $110 million in cost savings, including $80 million in the first year after the merger.
Allen T. Cheng • March 14, 2017
AIA’s regional CEO, Ng Keng Hooi, will take the rains at the life insurance company that spun out of AIG and went public in 2010.
Sheila Dang • February 23, 2017
Butler replaces David Booth, a pioneer of smart beta who founded the firm in 1981.
Staff • February 17, 2017
The consulting firm and its founder were ordered to pay $400,000 in penalties after making misstatements about its gift policy.
Sheila Dang • February 15, 2017
She follows former SEC colleague Andrew Ceresney in rejoining the law firm.
Matt Mossman • February 01, 2017
Much of the global taxation system is in transition, which raises significant uncertainties for corporations.
Julie Segal • January 30, 2017
In the face of Trump’s immigration order barring travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S., a slew of financial services executives moved to reassure employees
Imogen Rose-Smith • January 30, 2017
A look at which alternative-investment firms Trump and members of his administration have entrusted with their wealth.
Frances Denmark • January 26, 2017
With Trump and the Democrats eager to build, the Aussie asset manager talks up the asset class, particularly to pension funds.
Matt Craig, Ellie Rust • January 18, 2017
Although formal negotiations over the U.K.’s exit have not yet begun, investors may be starting to think about what might happen.
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