Highlights from the May 17 issue of Pensions & Investments:
• Quantitative money managers are retooling their formulas and product lineups as they attempt to reverse the drought that began almost three years ago, when spiking market volatility turned the quant feast to famine overnight. Click here for the full article.
• Ronald P. O'Hanley has the temperament and business savvy needed to occupy the hot seat between Edward “Ned” Johnson, chairman and CEO of Fidelity Investments, and his daughter Abigail, but whether he's simply warming that seat, like other high-powered Fidelity executives before him, or in place to eventually inherit Mr. Johnson's job is another question. Click here for the full article.
• Private equity executives today are finding that selling to their peers is their biggest exit opportunity. Click here for the full article.
View the May 17 issue's table of contents.