Harvey D. Shapiro • March 04, 2014
Major economies buck overall trend as the U.S. and several European countries gain and China holds steady.
S.L. Mintz • December 26, 2013
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is not alone in her decision to accelerate her company’s stock repurchases. The third quarter saw $128 billion in buybacks, according to our latest 2013 Corporate Buyback Scorecard.
Ben Baris • December 18, 2013
Firms fight market fragmentation with data to find the right liquidity and avoid high-frequency volatility.
Vita Bekker • December 16, 2013
Firms welcome initiatives aimed at opening markets to greater foreign participation and bolstering governance and transparency.
Tom Buerkle • November 04, 2013
With banks in need of capital and managers in need of scale, M&A is picking up among Europe’s biggest asset management firms.
David Turner • October 22, 2013
Small custodians are holding their own against big rivals, partly because complex financial regulations have helped them develop niche services.
David Turner • October 01, 2013
Under pressure to reduce fees for hedge fund clients, custodial banks and other administrators are providing extra services at lower cost.
Eric Johnson • September 30, 2013
Top firms in II’s China 20 reap big asset gains as regulators allow a proliferation of new product offerings.
Loch Adamson • September 24, 2013
The shift among many sovereign wealth funds to run more money in-house is recalibrating the balance of power with their external managers.
Loch Adamson • September 24, 2013
Sovereign Wealth Funds’ assets under management have expanded significantly in the five years since the financial crisis.
Ralph Jennings • September 16, 2013
Firms in II's Asia 100 generate modest growth despite the challenges of a slowing Chinese economy and rising U.S. interest rates.
Craig Mellow • September 03, 2013
Burgeoning pension funds and a nascent endowment industry are fueling asset growth even as Russia's stock market weakens.
Harvey D. Shapiro • September 03, 2013
Sovereign creditworthiness is improving, but risk analysts note the recovery is still fragile.
Harvey D. Shapiro • September 02, 2013
Country risk analysts are cautiously optimistic, at least in the near term.
Julie Segal • July 09, 2013
Rising interest rates will force major portfolio changes on almost all the firms that make up Institutional Investor's II 300, our annual ranking of the U.S.'s top money managers.
Jason Mitchell • July 02, 2013
Brazilian money managers face a perfect storm of
slow growth, high rates and political turmoil. Firms like BTG Pactual Asset Management and Credit Suisse Hedging–Griffo Asset Management aim to not only weather it — but thrive, as well.
Michael Peltz • April 16, 2013
In a tough year for hedge fund managers, we rank the top earners in the industry.
Harvey D. Shapiro • March 12, 2013
In Institutional Investor's semi-annual country credit survey, Western Europe stages a relief rally but creditworthiness falls in most other regions.
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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