Pensions & Investments turns to the experts for their views on what to expect in 2018.
Economists and CIOs say 2018 looks like a year for worldwide growth and manageable inflation.
Money managers expect more opportunities for active managers and for technology to play a bigger role in the investment industry in 2018.
Industry participants are assessing ambitious plans to strengthen Europe's economy and stimulate investment, particularly after Brexit.
Retirement plan sponsors and investors will spend the first months of the new year figuring out whether they came out ahead in tax overhaul legislation, or at least untouched.
Hedge fund managers are entering 2018 with a craving for volatility.
Infrastructure managers are expecting returns to fall in 2018, but that's not expected to dampen fundraising.
DC plan executives will build on best practices in 2018 while exploring new ideas to help participants.
Custody providers look forward to devoting more time to technology in the new year as the regulatory agenda declines.
For real estate as well as private equity, the wild card in 2018 is whether a recession looms.
A growing middle class and economic recovery in Latin America are providing opportunities for money managers.
Amid accelerating global growth, relatively attractive valuations should lure investors to Asian investment opportunities.
Expectations for a Trump administration infrastructure plan has managers hopeful, but many remain cautious.
The initial "gang of eight" is bringing out first offerings for high-net-worth and institutional investors on mainland China.