BlackRock's Jim Barry is in fighting spirits even as the ferocious market rebound drains his pool of cheap investible assets.
Apollo Global Management is seeking to start its own credit investment business in India as it plans to end a joint venture with ICICI Bank.
One of Australia's largest managers sees increased direct lending opportunities as companies affected by the COVID-19 crisis seek capital.
The world's biggest real estate investors, sitting on piles of cash, prepare for once-in-a-lifetime opportunities created by the pandemic.
Private equity firms are finding a new place to put their billions of dollars: investing in public companies pummeled by the COVID-19 economic collapse.
Analysts and ratings agencies are sounding alarms as a number of BDCs rush to shore up their finances or throw lifelines to their borrowers.
Australian funds have made cuts to the value of their direct holdings in unlisted assets as the spreading coronavirus roils markets.
The biggest global funds should all be monitoring their investments in illiquid assets, the head of Canada's largest pension fund says.
Arizona State Retirement System is looking to dedicate $1 in every $6 it manages to direct lending, in a move some see as what's to come.
Australian superannuation funds are working with venture capital firms to diversify their investments and generate higher returns.
Hedge funds could be winners under the Trump administration's plan to release Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from their government shackles.
A Blackstone Group unit that buys stakes in alternative asset managers is considering a minority investment in BC Partners.
A rough start to the year for more than $850 billion exchange-traded funds with quantitative strategies is fueling a product rethink.
A hedge fund has told investors it returned money to Saudi Arabia following the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
Some large investment firms are preparing for a shakeout in the $770 billion market for private debt, making it a target for takeovers.
Blackstone has turned to a former banking analyst and now key player to lead its effort to lure more investors into alternative investing.
AIG has returned to the red-hot collateralized loan obligation market as an asset manager with its first sale since the financial crisis.
LibreMax Capital agreed to buy Trimaran Advisors, which manages about $3 billion of collateralized loan obligations,
Hedge fund Three Bays Capital plans to shutter after years of weak performance, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Blackstone substantially sweetened the deal with Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund for its $20 billion investment pledge.
PIMCO is floating a private variation of its $113 billion PIMCO Income Fund, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
A Blackstone Group unit that buys stakes in alternative asset managers is nearing a deal for a minority investment in New Mountain Capital.
York Capital Management joins the race to buy the asset management platform of Abraaj Group, the embattled Dubai private equity firm.
HPS Investment Partners, the credit manager spun out of J.P. Morgan Chase, is in talks to sell a minority stake to Dyal Capital Partners.
GI Partners is considering selling a minority stake in the firm.