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.
Kip McDaniel • February 17, 2017
Oil trading legend Andrew Hall fights to post photographs of his risqué art collection.
Sheila Dang • February 16, 2017
The mortgage company cites risks tied to President Trump’s trade and immigration policies.
Staff • February 16, 2017
A Research Affiliates study says a strategy’s historical returns are negatively correlated with its subsequent performance.
Julie Segal • February 16, 2017
GSAM is picking up $21 billion in assets under the deal.
Bailey McCann • February 15, 2017
“Retail growth has been one of the biggest surprises,” says the founder of hedge fund firm Orasis Capital.
Staff • February 15, 2017
Allocators surveyed by J.P. Morgan don’t plan on dropping hedge funds – but nearly all expect lower fees in 2017.
Sheila Dang • February 15, 2017
She follows former SEC colleague Andrew Ceresney in rejoining the law firm.
Rebecca Howard • February 15, 2017
New Zealand’s global, top-performing pension fund hits rising rates and volatile stock markets. The fund’s managers — the Guardians — counsel patience.
Robert Teitelman • February 15, 2017
A slew of public pension funds cashed out of hedge funds last year amid continued lackluster performance and high fees. But hedge fund critics almost never answer the more fundamental question: What’s the alternative?
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