Staff • March 30, 2017
Ares Management, Bridgepoint and Oaktree are among the lastest backers of the Institutional Limited Partners Association’s fee transparency initiative.
Kip McDaniel • March 29, 2017
Henry Kravis (unintentionally) makes the case for some investment chiefs losing their jobs.
Sheila Dang • March 28, 2017
City of Houston has proposed lowering firefighters’ pension fund’s 8.5 percent assumed investment return.
Julie Segal • March 28, 2017
The best consultants are a constant source of new ideas to improve results, says Andrew McCollum, Greenwich Associates’ managing director for the U.S. investment management market.
Sheila Dang • March 24, 2017
China State-Owned Venture Investment Fund is seeking to raise the largest venture capital fund ever.
Staff • March 24, 2017
Words associated with weight, influence, authority, seriousness, or good judgment make hedge funds more appealing to investors, research finds.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • March 24, 2017
The company is a shining star in the business process outsourcing industry, says Vitaliy Katsenelson, CIO at Investment Management Associates.
Staff • March 23, 2017
Although most investors and consultants still find due diligence difficult, evaluating manager track records is getting easier, says eVestment.
Sheila Dang • March 23, 2017
Point72 continues its hiring spree — as investors anticipate Cohen’s potential return to managing outside money in 2018.
Imogen Rose-Smith • March 22, 2017
Institutional investors ask Trump’s National Economic Council head to avoid changes to shareholder rights rules.
Staff • March 22, 2017
Following the FCA’s call for greater transparency, UK pension trustees confirm a lack of clarity on costs incurred by asset managers.
The Editors • March 22, 2017
David Rubenstein's Carlyle Group raised immense amounts of capital on the back of its famous board members. Then, the co-founder recounts, it made a lot of money for its investors.
Leanna Orr • March 21, 2017
The majority of TRS’ managers liked the new 1-or-30 fee structure, once they understood it. Those who didn’t? They might no longer work for Texas Teachers.
Staff • March 21, 2017
As it becomes more difficult to attract and retain assets, managers are making concessions to win investor capital, a new survey finds.
Meredith Jones • March 20, 2017
The ability to welcome contradiction is the mark of a truly smart cookie. Creating an all-weather portfolio requires investors to do just that.
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