FTSE Russell plans to add several countries to its fixed-income emerging markets bond indexes in April 2022.
Cheyne Capital Management closed its latest European fund, Cheyne European Strategic Value Credit Fund II, at $1.2 billion.
Emerging markets have become a victim of China's success in 2020, with investors underweight as recoveries trail developed markets.
Asset owners in Europe are keen to deploy more capital into social bonds but say they are challenged by limited opportunities.
European investors are concerned that inflation might begin to hit their portfolios as Western economies lift COVID-19-related restrictions.
Bond managers are expecting a large number of high-yield companies to be upgraded to investment-grade status in 2021 and 2022.
Signal Capital Partners closed its latest credit and real estate fund, Signal Alpha II Fund, at $1.1 billion, exceeding its target.
Investors need dynamic rather than static asset allocation and robust investment processes following the coronavirus pandemic.
Investors need to find new sources of growth to rebuild economies damaged by the coronavirus pandemic, rather than recycling known concepts.
Institutional investors increasingly are splitting out China equities from their emerging market equity allocations.
European lower middle-market fund H.I.G. Europe Capital Partners III closed at $1.3 billion.
Election risk and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic are leading some European asset owners to pull back on developed market equities.
Nordic Capital closed its latest buyout fund Nordic Capital Fund X at $7.2 billion, ahead of its target.
Investors are moving out of U.S.-domiciled money market funds as volatility subsides.
Tyne and Wear Pension Fund shifted $802 million into LGIM's future world index equity strategies.
Inflation risk remains in the back of European investors' minds, despite economic conditions pointing to deflation.
European asset owners are providing liquidity to keep their portfolio companies operating during COVID-19.
Pension fund executives are preparing for bigger cash needs as the pandemic rolls on.
Alecta and PGGM agreed to jointly invest in credit insurance to free up capital and further portfolio diversification.
Some DC executives and participants are turning to cash in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dan Draper was named CEO of S&P Dow Jones Indices, effective June 15.
Investors could go above their pre-emption rights threshold in an effort to help companies raise additional capital during the pandemic.
AMP Capital closed its latest Global Infrastructure Fund II at $3.4 billion, ahead of its $3 billion target.
Fixed-income managers operating in Europe are having to accept they will earn less on fees as returns have disappointed investors.
ETFs are playing a more crucial role in European institutional portfolios as pension funds need more flexibility in less certain times.