David Turner • August 26, 2013
As banks retrench, insurers and other investors step in to lend to companies — and generate higher returns.
Jonathan Kandell • August 23, 2013
In a race with an unusual back story, the Social Democratic candidate seeks to return to power by focusing on inequality.
Katie Gilbert • August 16, 2013
A new study shows that the number of women on Wall Street is falling. The finance industry’s culture remains a problem.
Charles D. Ellis • August 08, 2013
Despite the conviction of former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre, Lloyd Blankfein’s firm is seeking control of its struggle between trading and client service.
Tom Buerkle • July 17, 2013
Fed policy is the big factor driving investment choices of managers at Delivering Alpha.
• July 17, 2013
Carl Icahn, Preet Bharara, the best investing ideas and more. Read the best tweets from the third annual Delivering Alpha conference, organized by CNBC and Institutional Investor.
Robert Stowe England • June 24, 2013
Robin Diamonte, the chief investment officer of United Technologies, talks about her company’s new initiative to provide its employees with lifetime income through 401(k) plans.
S.L. Mintz • June 13, 2013
Companies like Apple often tout their share repurchase programs, but as our latest Corporate Buyback Scoreboard ranking of the S&P 500 shows, the results are not always as rosy as investors are led to believe.
Julie Segal • June 12, 2013
Following the 2008 financial crisis, Blackstone Group chairman and CEO Stephen Schwarzman used the acquisition of GSO Capital to diversify the alternative asset management firm’s businesses and help more than double its assets.
Barry J. Whyte • June 10, 2013
Commissioner Barnier suggests EU may try to revive regulation, which would show Dutch, Irish and U.K. pensions seriously underfunded.
Eric Johnson • June 07, 2013
Small- and medium-size companies are a small part of China’s bond market, but they are growing very rapidly.
Frances Denmark • May 30, 2013
The Teacher Retirement System of Texas CIO weighs in on risk management, the outlook for the global economy and the new American Empire.
Julie Segal • May 06, 2013
Who is at fault when institutional investors underperform their benchmarks?
Frances Denmark • April 29, 2013
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission this month issued a ruling that allows companies to disclose material information via social media as long as they give advance notice. Reaction to the SEC ruling has ranged from surprise to dismay, with some critics calling for the regulator to give Facebook and Twitter users more freedom.
Aaron Timms • April 02, 2013
Central clearing is now mandatory for most U.S. users of swaps, and exchanges have started offering hybrid swap futures contracts as an alternative to the cleared version. But for corporations that continue to use over-the-counter swaps, the move to futures hedging could mean higher trading costs and greater risk exposure.
Robert Stowe England • March 28, 2013
Declaring Cyprus just 'a rounding error,' veteran investor Wilbur Ross nevertheless has mixed feelings on investment opportunities in Southern Europe.
Orlando Crowcroft • March 26, 2013
Telecom IPOs, led by Asiacell's $1.3 billion deal, are boosting trading volumes and luring international investors.
Jonathan Kandell • March 25, 2013
Latin America's economic renaissance over the past two decades has fostered the emergence of a new generation of corporate champions with regional, and sometimes global, ambitions.
Tom Buerkle • March 21, 2013
The CEO of Société Générale’s asset management arm is launching physical ETFs and developing bank liquidity products.
David Turner • March 19, 2013
Some large insurance companies pool their cash in one place because it allows them to react quickly to market events and keep a closer eye on counterparty risk. Since the 2008 crisis more global insurers and other big players have consolidated treasury operations, with the euro zone?s problems providing an added incentive.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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