Sarfraz Thind • July 30, 2013
New regulations have left European alternative investment fund managers confused, causing countries to delay implementation.
Amy Poster • July 25, 2013
Today’s criminal indictment of SAC Capital for wire fraud and four counts of securities fraud comes less than a week after the SEC announced civil charges against the firm founded by the hedge fund billionaire.
Tom Buerkle • July 17, 2013
Fed policy is the big factor driving investment choices of managers at Delivering Alpha.
• July 17, 2013
Carl Icahn, Preet Bharara, the best investing ideas and more. Read the best tweets from the third annual Delivering Alpha conference, organized by CNBC and Institutional Investor.
Craig Mellow • July 10, 2013
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara is a more dangerous prosecutor of financial criminals than his famous predecessor. Here's why.
Amy Poster • July 10, 2013
Employing many of the same techniques used to combat organized crime, the U.S. government's crackdown on insider trading has the hedge fund industry square in its sights.
Allen T. Cheng • June 17, 2013
Failure mars Hong Kong’s financial reputation, stirs political scene and prompts an investigation into potential misdeeds.
Mark Warshawsky • June 17, 2013
Requiring sponsors to show plan participants their projected stream of payments could boost savings and increase use of annuities as a distribution tool.
Julie Segal • June 12, 2013
Following the 2008 financial crisis, Blackstone Group chairman and CEO Stephen Schwarzman used the acquisition of GSO Capital to diversify the alternative asset management firm’s businesses and help more than double its assets.
Barry J. Whyte • June 10, 2013
Commissioner Barnier suggests EU may try to revive regulation, which would show Dutch, Irish and U.K. pensions seriously underfunded.
Eric Johnson • June 07, 2013
Small- and medium-size companies are a small part of China’s bond market, but they are growing very rapidly.
Frances Denmark • May 30, 2013
The Teacher Retirement System of Texas CIO weighs in on risk management, the outlook for the global economy and the new American Empire.
Assif Shameen • May 27, 2013
Prime minister courts his conservative base but electoral outcome fuels speculation of a leadership challenge later this year.
Katie Gilbert • May 23, 2013
Home to half of U.S. public companies and two-thirds of the Fortune 500, Delaware is planning to introduce B-Corp legislation.
Julie Segal • May 20, 2013
Senior Writer Julie Segal looks at the process of selecting active managers and how it may be contributing to institutional investor underperformance.
Allen T. Cheng • May 20, 2013
With money flowing into equity mutual funds, Nikko sets a record with an Americas fund launch.
Aaron Timms • May 10, 2013
Eighteen months after it announced plans for an equities exchange in Rio de Janeiro, U.S.-based Direct Edge has some heavy lifting left to do. The firm still must convince Brazil’s securities regulator and the country’s lone exchange operator that competition will be good for everyone.
Allen T. Cheng • May 07, 2013
Officials tout country as a gateway to India in a bid to lure foreign investors and sustain robust growth.
Julie Segal • May 06, 2013
Who is at fault when institutional investors underperform their benchmarks?
Allen T. Cheng • May 06, 2013
Some Asian officials worry that flows from Japan could destabilize markets, but ADB’s new chief defends monetary easing.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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