Imogen Rose-Smith • January 11, 2017
Some hedge funds are profiting from post-Volcker illiquidity in bonds, but a new Fed study predicts trouble ahead in times of market stress.
Julie Segal • January 11, 2017
State Street Global Advisors veteran John Keller is joining the trading platform to expand its presence in exchange-traded funds.
Michelle Celarier • January 11, 2017
In a boost to Pershing Square CEO Ackman’s crusade against the company, the FTC sent checks to 350,000 victims.
Robert Stowe England • January 10, 2017
The cryptocurrency surged, then plummeted, following a long bull run. So, what’s driving the big moves?
Imogen Rose-Smith • January 10, 2017
The Trump bump for financials looks to have real bite, a new survey finds — good news for banks and the fund managers who love them.
Craig Mellow • January 10, 2017
Systems such as the Nest thermostat may change the way millions of homes run—but they won't change much for institutional investors.
Stephen Taub • January 09, 2017
Many of the most famous managers with ties to Julian Robertson Jr. lost money last year, including Chase Coleman, Stephen Mandel Jr. and Andreas Halvorsen.
Christopher Schelling • January 08, 2017
Professional investors are often afraid to go against the grain. But failing to do so can come at a great cost.
Julie Segal • January 08, 2017
The bond giant’s smart-beta funds lost billions for the second straight year despite solid performance for some funds last year.
Julie Segal • January 06, 2017
Jay Clayton, a longtime Wall Street lawyer, is not a Trump loyalist but wants the job because he thinks regulation is stifling growth, says a person who knows him well.
Imogen Rose-Smith • January 06, 2017
Assets at Dan Och’s hedge fund firm continue to fall in the wake of mediocre performance and its bribery scandal.
Julie Segal • January 05, 2017
The duo, who have each notched years of experience heading up the investment offices at large pension plans, will lead the firm’s West Coast expansion.
Allen T. Cheng • January 05, 2017
The winners of the 2016 Asia Investment Management Awards remain bullish on the region.
Stephen Taub • January 04, 2017
Performance at the veteran manager’s funds is mostly unaffected, but assets have taken a big hit since the Securities and Exchange Commission filed insider trading charges against the firm.
Frances Denmark • January 04, 2017
As some face grave danger (see: Dallas Police & Fire), a few government systems are clawing their way back to long-term solvency.
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