The 2017 All-Europe Hedge Fund Research Team ranking casts a spotlight on a group of best-of-breed analysts.
Fitzpatrick, one of the most high-profile women in the hedge fund industry, is taking one of the most high-profile jobs in asset management.
The investment bank’s asset management arm has lost a number of key executives as it continues to cut costs.
Nine firms have analysts appearing on the team for the first time.
Which team, regardless of sector, is the most popular? Which category attracts the most voter interest?
J.P. Morgan lays claim to the highest number of previously uncited analysts, with eight.
Initiative allowing foreign asset managers to set up wholly owned arms on the mainland attracts France’s AXA Investment Managers.
UBS and eight fellow banks are working with the U.N. and the German government to measure drought exposure in their lending portfolios.
Kumar’s patience and stock-picking talent pay off at London-based TT International.
Dispersion among individual managers was high in 2015, creating clear winners and losers — and making manager selection that much more important for funds-of-funds firms.