Georgina Hurst • September 30, 2014
Custodian banks have been cutting costs with help from the likes of Trian Partners, the activist hedge fund firm founded by Nelson Peltz.
Craig Mellow • September 22, 2014
Fallout from Ukraine crisis hits Russia's financial markets, posing a fresh challenge to this year's Russia 20, the country's largest asset managers.
Ralph Jennings • September 15, 2014
International asset managers in Asia are looking for distinctive strategies to drive growth in more challenging circumstances.
Harvey D. Shapiro • September 02, 2014
Our latest Country Credit survey reflects that geopolitical worries and subdued growth prospects have limited rises in creditworthiness.
Julie Segal • July 08, 2014
Assets at the largest U.S. money managers grew by roughly 10 percent in 2013, to $42.3 trillion, according to the II300.
Vita Bekker • July 01, 2014
Facing a sluggish economy and weak markets at home, Brazil’s asset managers are looking to expand in Latin America and beyond in search of growth.
S.L. Mintz • April 09, 2014
Aircraft maker Boeing soared over fellow Dow component IBM in our fourth-quarter 2013 Corporate Buyback Scorecard. Should the iconic tech company double down?
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.
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