Jonathan Little is used to building businesses from scratch, but doing it in the middle of a pandemic is a totally different thing.
KLP divested $32 million in holdings linked to the violation of human rights in Israel's illegal settlements in the West Bank.
The U.S. equity market increased by 51.9% for the year to May 7, with the market cap of Russell 3000 companies hitting $47.7 trillion.
Japan is making progress in improving corporate governance, but tokenism and overboarding are creeping up as companies meet new standards.
Improvements to Japanese corporate governance have been noticeable over recent years, but more work is needed.
Five years after the U.K.’s historic referendum vote, data showing the true impact of Brexit has been distorted by bigger problems.
The investment management industry must put more emphasis on inclusion if efforts to accomplish true diversity are to pay off.
Despite efforts by investment managers and other financial firms to improve diversity, the industry still is not where it needs to be.
Executives at Edinburgh-based Baillie Gifford recognized the need to have an on-the-ground presence in certain markets — namely, China.
Baillie Gifford's 54% growth in AUM last year is largely attributable to some long-standing technology stock bets.
Most publicly traded managers reported quarterly and annual increases in AUM as well as net inflows in the first quarter of the year.
The European ETFs industry is developing at a fast pace, as the pandemic and ESG-specific products accelerate institutional interest.
Amundi's acquisition of Lyxor Asset Management marks a significant moment in Europe's exchange-traded funds industry.
Digital Alpha Advisors closed its second digital infrastructure fund at more than $1 billion, above its initial hard cap and target.
Ameriprise Financial Inc. and Amundi made moves earlier this month to bolster their European capabilities.
Gerben Lagerwaard was appointed head of continental Europe for State Street Global Advisors' global institutional group.
Richard Johnson joined Appian Capital Advisory as global head of investor relations and a managing director.
Though allocations to Credit Suisse outside Greensill are unlikely to change, the recent scandal may impact the wider hedge funds industry.
Bond managers are expecting a large number of high-yield companies to be upgraded to investment-grade status in 2021 and 2022.
Consultants are asking pension funds to think carefully about two very real concerns in passive investing: ESG and concentration risks.
Wells Fargo Asset Management's new private equity owners may be just what the business needs to help it become a serious player among peers.
More buy-side firms are looking at outsourced trading as COVID-19 shines a spotlight on costs, business continuity and remote working.
Fixed-income executives are weighing in on a debate over whether governments and central banks should cancel the debt they've accumulated.
BNY Mellon's decision to shift the active units of Mellon Investments Corp. into affiliate managers is not ringing alarm bells.