Blending of asset classes rewrites rules, puts everything up for grabs
The increasingly blurry lines between alternative investment classes — as well as between those investments and traditional stocks and bonds — have some managers predicting the term “alternative investments” will no longer exist.
The inexorable move into alternative investments by institutional investors is reshaping the money management business.
Institutional investors are coping with converging alternative investment strategies by creating new - and bigger - allocation buckets.
Jeffrey Kollin, Rothstein Kass principal, discusses with P&I's Christine Williamson the forces pushing the convergence of alternatives and traditional asset classes.