Hedge funds should continue to garner institutional inflows in coming years, according to industry veterans at the Milken Asia conference.
Asset owners speaking at the Milken Institute conference said they have been adding less-liquid assets to their equity and bond portfolios.
Executives speaking at the Milken Institute Global Conference had differing views on inflation and how to apply ESG considerations.
The regulatory tightening tripping up China's Evergrande is boosting NPL totals, but foreign investors aren't positioned to pursue them.
White House, Congress and a host of regulators weighing new actions to bolster the cryptocurrency market make the future unclear.
FTSE Russell plans to add several countries to its fixed-income emerging markets bond indexes in April 2022.
In a tough blow to the industry, China banned all cryptocurrency transactions and vowed to root out mining of digital assets.
William Michalisin was appointed executive director of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Managers and investors are showing a preference for eurozone bonds over U.S. Treasuries as ECB is slowly ending its asset purchase program.
Investment bankers set aside weeks to drum up interest in Saudi Arabia's first $1 billion IPO since Aramco, but only needed hours.
Singapore is planning new measures to boost its domestic stock market, with Temasek investing in local and regional midcap firms, including IPOs.
Analytics firms Burgiss Group and Caissa have agreed to merge, less than two years after MSCI invested in Burgiss.
Cheyne Capital Management closed its latest European fund, Cheyne European Strategic Value Credit Fund II, at $1.2 billion.
It might be time to worry a bit more about currency risk as alternatives take a growing share of pension fund portfolios, experts advise.
New LIBOR-based contracts will cease at the end of the year, but questions remain about which replacement rate is best.
Berkshire Group closed its latest real estate fund, Berkshire Multifamily Debt Fund III, at its $1.85 billion hard cap.
The 300 Club has proposed to the U.K. government a new type of government-backed fixed-income security.
A virtual death sentence for China's for-profit tutoring firms appeared to catch even some high-profile institutional investors by surprise.
Morgan Stanley Investment Management closed North Haven Credit Partners III at $1.6 billion, exceeding its fundraising target by 29%.
Online trading platform Robinhood Markets fell as much as 7.9% after raising $2.1 billion in an IPO priced at the bottom of market range.
Generate Capital raised $2 billion through a second round of direct investments from money managers and asset owners.
Emerging markets have become a victim of China's success in 2020, with investors underweight as recoveries trail developed markets.
Dyal agreed to buy a minority stake in the Phoenix Suns, as institutional investors edge into an arena previously dominated by billionaires.
Credit Suisse Group made a further $750 million payment to investors in its $10 billion Greensill supply chain finance funds.
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.