The use of technology in institutional portfolios is expected to grow, revolving on efficient data analysis, customization and digitization.
Two public pension funds in Virginia were the first asset owners to commit to a fund that invests primarily in blockchain technology firms.
A collection of surveys and interviews show cryptocurrency is gaining attention from investors worldwide.
Institutional investors are warming to the idea of investing in digital assets.
Institutional investors debate pandemic's medium-term impact on allocations but agree risk will reign supreme for the next 12 to 18 months.
Logistics is standing out as a resilient investment during a global pandemic.
The pandemic has boosted investor interest in pharmaceuticals but not all subsectors.
Asset owners and managers shifted seamlessly to remote working/due diligence but challenges in the new environment remain to be addressed.
Mexico managed to make major reforms to its retirement system last year despite the distractions of the coronavirus pandemic.
The economic impact from the COVID-19 pandemic leads the top 10 stories in 2020 covered by P&I.
Despite market turmoil, total DC mutual fund assets rose slightly for the 12 months ended June 30; DC target-date funds grew much faster.
North American money manager assets increased 20.3% in 2019 to $62.32 trillion, boosted by a bull market in the U.S.
The annual ranking by P&I and Willis Towers Watson PLC's Thinking Ahead Institute showed that passively managed assets increased 25.3%.
Farmland and timber assets under management fell again, with growth stymied by lack of supply.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, a strong 2019 helped buoy managers' worldwide assets under management to $1.73 trillion.
The pandemic has not shut down all real estate lending, propping up asset values, but making it tough for mezzanine lenders.
The 2018 ranking shows a very different picture of money management to that in 2008.
The popularity of target-date funds fueled the growth of mutual funds assets in defined contribution plans for year ended June 30.
Assets under management for the world's largest firms fell as equity markets across the globe took a tumble in 2018.
Investors are flocking to credit and new construction rather than high-priced core properties.
Worldwide real estate assets and assets managed for U.S. tax-exempt institutions were pinched during the year ended June 30.
Long-duration and corporate bonds displaced high yield for the year ended June 30, driven by expectations of an imminent rate cut.
Large-cap growth strategies dominated the top-performing domestic equity managers in the year ended June 30, taking six of the top 10 spots.
Domestic equities and fixed income served large public pension plans well in the fiscal year ended June 30.
For The Boldt Co., the addition of a financial expert to its quarterly lunch-and-learn sessions felt like the perfect combination.