In 2018, it suddenly became more expensive to outsource European equity research to banks. Asset managers have responded by bringing more research in-house, according to a recent academic study by ...
Asset management mergers are increasing, with deal-making at the highest levels in a decade. But that’s not necessarily a good thing, according to a group of U.K. asset managers who argue that the ...
Despite allocating more assets to fixed income in 2018, health care institutions are most optimistic about the performance of equities this year, new research from consulting firm NEPC shows. New data ...
Two Australian superannuation funds are set to combine, creating an A$120 billion ($84 billion) fund in their wake. VicSuper, which manages retirement funds for the public sector and educators in ...
Mutual fund fees have been falling for seven years, and the trend isn’t slowing. By 2025, combined active and passive expense ratios will decline by 22 percent, according to PwC’s 2019 U.S. Mutual ...
Nominations are now open for Institutional Investor’s third annual Allocators’ Choice Awards, to be held in New York City December 3. The event will honor the best institutional investors in ...
Shadow banking is drawing some investors to corners others dare not go. Suni Harford, head of investments at UBS Asset Management, said during a June lunch in New York that her industry peers had ...
This year’s booming stock market has led hedge fund assets to a new record of $3.25 trillion. But that record — bolstered by hedge funds’ best first half performance since 2009 — obscures the fact ...
Suvretta Capital Management is seeing positive results from its recent portfolio revamping.The firm’s long-short fund, managed by founder Aaron Cowen, rose 5.3 percent in the second quarter, expanding ...
The closure of Jack Meyer’s Convexity Capital Management marks the third hedge fund founded by a Harvard Management Company alum to close down their hedge fund firm in less than a year — and adds to ...
In a low-interest-rate environment, public pension funds facing widening gaps between their assets and liabilities are making riskier investments, new research shows. The United States Federal Reserve ...
When a Danish pharmaceuticals giant was accused of fraud, securities litigator Irwin Schwartz knew who’d pay the price: Novo Nordisk shareholders. Many of them happened to be his clients. Attorneys ...