Eileen Neely • January 29, 2014
With pay-for-success bonds, also known as social impact bonds, institutions invest directly in programs for low-income communities.
Imogen Rose-Smith • January 26, 2014
Pressured by creditors to sell the contents of its exceptional art museum, the bankrupt city may have found financial backing.
Daniel Abbasi • January 17, 2014
Environmentalists have been calling for investors to divest from fossil fuel companies, but there may be a more effective way to get traditional energy companies to join the battle to combat climate change.
Imogen Rose-Smith • January 16, 2014
As high-net-worth investors look to combine returns with nonfinancial gain, big banks and other firms are broadening their offerings.
The Editors • January 01, 2014
Our bloggers and columnists offered insights into everything from quantitative easing and clean energy to Apple and the cyberwars.
Imogen Rose-Smith • December 24, 2013
Institutions ask companies backing the Winter Games to take a stand for LGBT rights in Russia. So far, only Swatch has complained.
November 28, 2013
Institutional investors are not immune to bad investing decisions. We asked five top money managers to talk about what investors most often get wrong.
Katie Gilbert • November 25, 2013
In the U.S. and Europe, NGOs and regulators are setting new standards and frameworks for corporate reporting of important environmental, social and governance information.
Ashby Monk • November 22, 2013
It’s the weekend. And that means I’ve got some news and research for your reading enjoyment.
Jeffrey Kutler • November 20, 2013
Muhammad Yunus is among a growing number of investors hoping for healthy ROIs from delivering innovative financial services to the world's poor.
Frances Denmark • November 15, 2013
Experts debate the importance of asset size to endowment investing but agree on the need to hire great managers.
Frances Denmark • November 14, 2013
Sophisticated midsize U.S. colleges are adopting endowment strategies based on the model pioneered by Yale CIO David Swensen.
Ashby Monk • November 13, 2013
A recent survey of institutional investors shows that a few of the rich and famous endowments in the US of A are reducing their allocations to PE. Why?
Ashby Monk • October 31, 2013
There are some frightening and spine chilling findings in a recent research paper that quite literally involves ghosts... and endowments.
Mark Henricks • October 29, 2013
Wealthy individuals want financial advice on philanthropy. A new study finds that advisers should be starting the conversation.
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