Franklin Resources CEO Jenny Johnson has more acquisitions in mind, especially managers in new regions, wealth managers and tech companies.
Clearlake Capital Partners VII, the firm's seventh private equity flagship fund, closed at $14.1 billion, twice the size of its predecessor.
Alecta has begun buying government bonds amid a "paradigm shift" in the market that pushed yields to their highest level since 2018.
Gila Cohen was named managing director, institutional partnerships at private credit manager Monroe Capital.
BlackRock continues to push for a clean-energy transition that could take 20 to 30 years, Larry Fink said at an MSCI climate conference.
Apollo Global Management will take a minority equity stake in European venture capital firm Sofinnova Partners.
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board is considering opening an office in India as part of its expansion into fast-growing emerging markets.
While inflation may be a concern in the short term for institutional investors, these fears may be overblown on a longer time horizon.
Blue Owl Capital's Dyal Capital is in talks to acquire a minority stake in real estate investment firm DivcoWest.
The 10-year Treasury inflation-protected securities' yield has been positive since the end of April.
Ivanhoe Cambridge, Bain Capital and Mumbai real estate developer Lodha have agreed to partner on $1 billion digital infrastructure platform.
NZ Super hired Kevin Wong, dynamic asset allocation portfolio manager at Australian Retirement Trust, for a senior investment strategist role.
Brookfield Asset Management plans to spin off 25% of its asset management unit to stockholders by the end of the year.
Slate Asset Management agreed to acquire Montreal-based real estate manager Presima.
U.S. state pension plans' estimated aggregate funding ratio at the end of fiscal year 2021 jumped to 83.3% from 70% in the previous year.
Nadir Settles was named global head of impact investing for Nuveen's real estate business, kicking off a new property sector for the unit.
Hedge funds and investment firms are coming out of the pandemic embracing an out-of-favor asset: Manhattan office space.
Institutional investors in the first quarter experienced the worst returns since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.