Staff • June 25, 2017
The majority of institutional assets flowing in the U.S. is intermediated by investment consultants, according to new data from Cerulli Associates.
Staff • June 21, 2017
Willis Towers Watson offers an estimate of how much more investors can earn by sticking to a long horizon.
Joe McGrath • June 21, 2017
One Canada Square — the centerpiece of London’s redeveloped dockyards — made Canary Wharf into an ultra-tight commercial real estate market, one its owners look to capitalize on.
The Editors • June 21, 2017
Tully Friedman, co-founder of legendary private equity firm Hellman & Friedman, plays Liar’s Dice for War Stories over Board Games. The managing partner of FFL Partners shares the bold question he once asked Lehman Brothers’ Warren Hellman.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 21, 2017
The veteran CIO shared his bearish five-year vison with the board of the Texas Teachers Retirement System. Now he’ll be executing — at UTIMCO.
Julie Segal • June 20, 2017
The investment marks the second-such investment in robo advisers for the U.S. money manager.
Leanna Orr • June 19, 2017
Britt Harris’s surprising exit for UTIMCO opens up the second most sought-after CIO role in Texas.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 16, 2017
The well-known CIO of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas is leaving to head up the investment office of the University of Texas’s endowment.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 14, 2017
Do women on boards make a difference to stock performance? One academic says maybe not.
Staff • June 13, 2017
In his latest monthly outlook, Gross says central banks have lured investors into a false sense of security.
Alicia McElhaney • June 13, 2017
About 55 percent of limited partners expect a serious cyberattack on their firms in the next five years, according to a Coller Capital report.
Joe McGrath • June 13, 2017
The firm has a checklist to help investors determine the green credentials of fund managers.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 13, 2017
Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management and BMW’s venture capital arm have announced an investment in an electric bus company.
Leanna Orr • June 13, 2017
Kimberly Sargent, who began her career under David Swensen as an analyst at the Yale Investments Office, will take over the $6.7 billion Silicon Valley fund.
Julie Segal • June 12, 2017
Pensions, endowments and others buy into smart beta investing, but could be setting themselves up for disappointment.
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