Blackstone Group reported $439.4 billion in AUM as of June 30, a 2% dip from the quarter ended March 31 but up 18% year-over-year.
The U.K.'s Financial Conduct Authority spent £2.5 million more on costs associated with Brexit compared to the previous fiscal year.
The New Jersey Division of Investment is seeking a corporate governance officer to monitor ESG investments.
Valor Equity Partners has closed its fourth private equity growth-focused fund at $1.05 billion.
Gijs Koning was named managing director and head of portfolio management and operations at VanEck Europe.
Franklin Templeton appointed Subash Pillai to lead the firm's investment solutions business for Asia, including Australia.
A proposal to increase the pension age in Russia has triggered a backlash, fueling speculation the Kremlin might soften the reform.
Cerberus Capital Management agreed to acquire €3.9 billion in distressed real estate loans from Banco Sabadell.
Gary Evans was named head of third-party administration at consultant Hymans Robertson.
DWS added three senior executives into its European institutional client team — Gareth Davies, Alexia Giugni and Shalin Bhagwan.
Troy Searles, chief investment officer of the $4.1 billion Louisiana Parochial Employees' Retirement System, resigned July 13.
APS Asset Management received a private fund manager license from China's quasi-official Asset Management Association of China.
Credit portfolio managers forecast wider credit spreads and rising credit defaults this year due to a litany of concerns.
The high price of real estate, 'proptech' and macroeconomic surprises are having an impact on real estate's outlook.
Northern Trust Corp. reported $1.149 trillion in assets under management as of June 30, down 1% from March 31 but up 12% from a year prior.