Rising equity markets helped boost assets under management for publicly traded money managers in the second quarter.
A shift in lending is making private credit investment more risky, skewing benchmarks and distorting returns of some managers.
A quick jump in interest rates could lead some pension plans in LDI programs to use transition managers when moving assets to derisk.
Investors wanting high-return assets without paying high prices need to innovate through co-investments or by partnering with emerging managers.
Defined contribution plans in the U.K. are actively thinking about how to incorporate infrastructure into portfolios
Money managers are divided when it comes to whether institutional investors are taking enough risk in their portfolios.
ESMA's principles covering non-EU money managers could add hurdles for those firms in working on the Continent.
When it comes to MiFID II, what does not kill active managers will make them stronger.
Ideas for improving retirement security are starting to gain traction in Washington from both sides of the aisle.
Greece reached a milestone in July with a return to the bond markets. But love for Greek paper wasn't universal.
Several European financial regulators welcomed ESMA's opinions on principles regarding relocations to the European Union from the U.K
Money managers are not only split when it comes to their views on investors' risk-taking, but also when it comes to their own portfolios.
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System renewed Portfolio Advisors' private equity consulting contract for a year, but it was not easy.
A building backlash against Snap's extreme departure from the corporate governance “one share, one vote” gold standard looks set to discourage would-be imitators.
President Trump must put tax reform and infrastructure spending at the top of his agenda and move health-care reform to the back burner.
Too many executives overseeing defined contribution plans still do not realize they are fiduciaries. This must change.