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Money manager assets gain 9% on post-election bounce

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An equity market bump after the election of President Donald Trump helped increase money manager assets in 2016.
Managers begin walking the walk on fostering long-term outlooks

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Eager to prove their worth, active money managers are working in tandem with the long-term investment horizons of institutional investor clients.
Active money management alive, but not everyone in on fun

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Actively managed strategies are still seeing inflows, but the bulk of that institutional capital is going only to a small number of managers — and strategies.
Retirement details elusive in Trump's budget

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President Donald Trump's fiscal year 2018 budget proposal contains few details about how it would affect retirement savings.
Managers riding on crest of passive domestic growth

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Passively managed domestic fixed-income assets surged in 2016, jumping 16.8% for the year to $639.4 million, P&I research shows.
Managers of defined contribution benefits regain steam in 2016

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Defined contribution money managers posted record assets under management last year of $5.95 trillion, up 8.6% from 2015, P&I research shows.
Assets climb 23% to $3 trillion in good year for ETF providers

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Exchange-traded funds were one of the fastest growing investment vehicles in 2016, jumping 23%, P&I's annual survey finds.
Frontier markets earning their own place in the spotlight

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Frontier markets are back in vogue for money managers worldwide, but now the subsector is earning its right to stand alone in institutional investor portfolios.
Push for customized, factor-based strategies feeding wave of growth

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Client demand for more customized and factor-based solutions is driving growth within the subadvisory industry.
Assets bounce back despite some shocks around globe

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Assets under management in emerging markets equities and debt rebounded in 2016 as managers in more than withstood political challenges.
CFTC proposal holds harsh surprise for asset owners

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A part of the latest CFTC proposal for speculative position limits on certain physical commodities could make it difficult for asset owners to comply.
As pound rebounds, case for currency hedging strengthens

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Trustees of U.K. DC plans should consider a stand-alone currency hedging strategy that takes advantage of the pound's position against other currencies.
Complex private credit boosts outsourcing

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Custodians and third-party administrators increasingly are outsourcing valuation functions for private credit as the surge of institutional investor interest in the strategies raises concerns.
Alternative credit turning heads of LDI proponents

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Liability-driven investors increasingly are turning to alternative credit to pump up returns, cash flow and diversity in their portfolios.
China A shares likely coming to MSCI EM index

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China's domestic A shares should gain a toehold in MSCI Inc.'s global emerging markets index when the revised measure is released next month.