Ashby Monk • November 21, 2014
Richard Teitelbaum • November 21, 2014
Six years after the U.S. government takeover of insurer AIG, a lawsuit reveals another potential buyer and raises the question of whether the bailout was even needed.
Ashby Monk • November 20, 2014
Sovereign development funds have a license to think outside the box that more traditional financial investors do not share.
Ashby Monk • November 14, 2014
Sorry for a prolonged period of radio silence, everybody. Anyway, here’s some reading for your weekend!
Aaron Timms • November 10, 2014
Sovereign wealth funds have stayed on the margins of investment in Europe’s big soccer clubs — until now.
Georgina Hurst • September 23, 2014
The South American country’s latest default could leave custodians reluctant to get involved in sovereign debt restructurings.
Georgina Hurst • September 22, 2014
Sovereign funds are turning to private market investments to diversify portfolios and boost returns.
Ashby H.B. Monk • September 08, 2014
Complexity, greed and short-termism are undermining our financial system, but a rerooting of finance in the real economy could lead to a more sustainable version of capitalism.
Frances Denmark • September 04, 2014
New derivatives products based on pension liabilities may take time to win a following.
David Turner • July 15, 2014
Investors are drawn to income and capital growth in a country in which residential property demand outstrips new construction.
Loch Adamson • June 05, 2014
The CEO of New Zealand's sovereign wealth fund has an inclusive approach to managing both people and assets that is proving to be nothing short of impressive.
Allen T. Cheng • May 29, 2014
Jack Ma’s money market fund has raised $90 billion in just ten months, posing a threat to the country’s banks and challenging its regulators.
Simon Meads • May 12, 2014
Asian investors, led by big-pocketed sovereign wealth funds, are snapping up properties, driving down yields and forcing traditional institutional buyers to look further afield for deals.
Brett Diment • April 15, 2014
When assessing sovereign debt, investors need to consider current-account deficits, political stability and the country’s demographics.
April 11, 2014
Institutional Investor Michael Peltz discusses the risks posed by climate change and the opportunities it creates for investors on CNBC's Closing Bell.
Matt Mossman • April 02, 2014
The pre-July sale of sovereign debt comes at a period of uncertainty. But the IMF is a fan, and the government is pressing reforms.
Craig Mellow • February 22, 2014
Some of Russia’s richest businessmen have sunk billions in rubles borrowed from state banks into Olympics-related projects already running in the red.
Sarfraz Thind • February 20, 2014
Funds of oil-producing states have been forced to reexamine their portfolios. Among them: Yngve Slyngstad's oil fund in Norway.
Craig Mellow • February 11, 2014
Ukraine’s sovereign bond yield is in a balancing act with the travails of the country’s government.
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