Brett Condron has joined Pacific Investment Management Co. as a managing director in the firm's U.S. global wealth management group.
Colleagues remember pioneering Yale University Chief Investment Officer David F. Swensen who died May 5 from cancer.
Tia Counts, formerly head of diversity and inclusion at J.P. Morgan, was named MSCI's chief diversity officer, a newly created position.
Suzanne Streeter and Alex Band have been named global co-chief investment officers of Partners Capital to replace Colin Pan.
Ryan Krauch was named executive managing director at USAA Real Estate and will oversee the development of strategic initiatives.
CI Financial agreed to buy Dowling & Yahnke Wealth Advisors, marking its 18th purchase of a U.S. registered investment adviser since 2020.
MassPRIM is looking to ramp up its allocation to diverse and emerging managers through an initiative codified by a recently enacted law.
T. Rowe Price Group reported $1.52 trillion in assets under management as of March 31, up 50.5% for the year and 3.2% for the quarter.
Charles de Vaulx, chairman and chief investment officer of International Value Advisers, died in an apparent suicide.
Blackstone Group appointed people to five new senior positions within its environmental, social and governance team.
Invesco reported $1.4 trillion in assets under management as of March 31, up 4% from Dec. 31 and 33.3% from the same period a year prior.
York Capital Management and Kennedy Lewis Investment Management are partnering to create a new entity dedicated to managing CLOs.
Stephen Usher was named head of distribution at Lafayette Square, a new position at the minority-owned investment management firm.
Stone Point Capital and GIC agreed to acquire Ascensus from a consortium led by Genstar Capital and Aquiline Capital Partners.
Lily Burkhart was named global head diversity and inclusion at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, replacing Tia Counts.
A survey showed global insurers have become more open to adding risk to investment portfolios as uncertainties caused by COVID-19 wane.
First Eagle Investment Management lifted out four people from Royce Investment Partners to establish its new small-cap equity team.