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.
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.
Joe McGrath • April 20, 2017
Four candidates, including far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, are in contention for the first round of the French presidential election, triggering a rush of insurance bets at investment firms.
Jagdeep Singh Bachher and Amy Myers Jaffe • March 30, 2017
Jagdeep Singh Bachher and Amy Myers Jaffe of the University of California argue that allocators should acknowledge structural energy market changes — and move beyond traditional middlemen.
Dan Weil • March 24, 2017
Online shopping is shutting down stores, but it’s a boon for industrial real estate.
Allen T. Cheng • February 24, 2017
Ding Xuedong’s resignation from the Chinese sovereign wealth fund may signal a promotion, taking him closer to President Xi Jinping’s inner circle.
Bailey McCann • February 03, 2017
Vietnam boasts strong growth and a fledgling stock market, but foreign investment remains tough. The country’s prime minister is hoping to change that.
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