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The Rise of Infrastructure Mega Funds

The Rise of Infrastructure Mega Funds

With Blackstone seeking $40 billion for a new fund, infrastructure investing is being increasingly dominated by a small number of large managers.

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    Uncertainty is often the cause of knee-jerk reactions by investors. Many DC plan sponsors select target-date funds (TDFs) as their plan’s qualified default investment alternative to curb emotional investing. Maybe that’s why it’s projected that 90% of new contributions will go into TDFs by 2020.

  • The Art and Science of Alpha and Risk

    Investors aren’t a homogeneous group—they represent a diverse array of institutions, cultures, goals, and degrees of risk tolerance. Along with today’s constant market shifts, driven by myriad forces, this creates a challenging atmosphere for asset managers.

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  • Is Beta Your Best Bet In Europe?

    While the US is locked in the throes of Trumper tantrums and investigations, political risk is easing in Europe. Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the French presidential election has stemmed the wave of populism for the moment. With a lurch to Le Pen avoided, the region’s improving growth dynamics beg the question: Should you ride the wave with an active manager, or back the beta with an ETF?

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