Smaller corporate pension funds are falling further behind their larger peers in adopting new investment strategies, a new survey from Greenwich Associates shows.
Simple mathematics has put sovereign wealth funds at the top of large money management firms' VIP lists. Getting those funds to cross the velvet rope is another issue.
The credit crunch is separating the men from the boys in core fixed-income portfolios as mispricing of fixed-income securities is creating huge opportunities for bond managers.
Money managers hoping to win or maintain mandates with some of the largest public pension funds soon will need to have a plan about assessing climate change risk.
The decision by Julius Baer Investment Management executives to take the firm public likely will prove the exception and not the rule among asset managers looking to raise capital, investment bankers say.
Northern Trust Global Investments has jumped into the exchange-traded fund business with plans to launch 22 different ETFs.
Special Report: The 1,000 largest U.S. retirement plans grew 13.5% in the 12 months ended Sept. 30, the strongest growth rate in a decade.
Special purpose acquisition companies are providing a back-door way for money managers to go public.
Executive recruiters believe the next chief executive of State Street Global Advisors will most likely be coming from outside the firm
The U.S. economy will avoid a recession, but only by a hair, money managers predict. And Federal Reserve officials, including Chairman Ben Bernanke, share their concern.
It is time for climate-change investing to step out of the shadow of socially responsible investing and find its own place in the portfolios of investors, DeAM says
Assets in 130/30-type strategies surged 77% in the six months ended Sept. 30, topping $53 billion, while the number of managers soared to 54 according to a P&I survey