Allen T. Cheng • September 20, 2017
Living in self-imposed exile in New York, Chinese property developer Guo Wengui’s tweets have stirred a political storm.
Alicia McElhaney • September 14, 2017
IT-focused buyout funds have outperformed the industry by six percentage points in the decade through 2016, according to Preqin.
Allen T. Cheng • September 11, 2017
Winston Wenyan Ma, a managing director of China Investment Corp. and author of a book on China’s mobile economy, says the country’s fast-growing tech sector will make up for slowing growth in other areas.
Staff • August 28, 2017
A Federal Reserve Board economist found that corporate bond markets historically have not been “frothy” despite fears of bubbles.
Leanna Orr • August 28, 2017
In the heart of Silicon Valley, endowed by a computer fortune, the $7.2 billion Packard Foundation opts out of quant investing.
Jeffrey Kutler • August 25, 2017
Julie Segal • August 21, 2017
Kershner Trading Group’s CloudQuant is the latest firm to back quantitative investment algorithms discovered through crowdsourcing.
Julie Segal • August 15, 2017
With the number of listed companies in decline, Nasdaq is supporting multiple share classes as one path to going public.
Julie Segal • August 09, 2017
A new alternative data platform aims to turn insights streamed from mobile phone locations into a source of returns for fund managers.
Staff • August 08, 2017
New research examines how the world’s largest allocators handle data while suggesting how they could improve.
Joe McGrath • August 07, 2017
While companies await clarity on Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, tech IPOs are at a high globally.
Angelo Calvello • July 28, 2017
It’s a universal truth that investment processes should be understandable. However, artificial intelligence managers can provide no authentic explanation of their investment process. This is a problem, writes columnist Angelo Calvello.
Joe McGrath • July 27, 2017
Asset managers in the U.K. are favoring companies that produce batteries and components for electric cars.
Jeffrey Kutler • July 27, 2017
Ranking the power players in financial technology.
Dan Weil • July 17, 2017
Inside the decades-long quest to bring down a financial information giant.
Julie Segal • July 08, 2017
Shrinking public markets harm individuals with little access to growth alternatives such as private equity and hedge funds.
Jeffrey Kutler • June 29, 2017
Policymakers can open their minds to a new kind of regulatory paradigm before the next financial crisis.
Alicia McElhaney • June 09, 2017
Lulled by low volatility, investors have been hungry for Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Google’s parent company.
Sheila Dang • June 08, 2017
A Greenwich Associates survey found that some traders may cut broker relationships because of more stringent rules under MiFID II.
Staff • June 05, 2017
Rob Arnott, the CEO of Research Affiliates, warns against data mining while debunking research tying stock returns to the current president’s political party.
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