Impact investing may seem ready for prime time, but large institutional investors' limited participation remains an obstacle.
There are four steps managers can take to preserve and reinforce their corporate culture in the new remote work environment.
There is growing interest in natural climate solutions and nature-based solutions to address societal and ecological challenges.
Private equity firms that understand withdrawal liability and how to mitigate associated risks face less competition in the marketplace.
Emerging markets face the question of whether the pandemic is a one-off event or an accelerator for change that will generate new risks.
Real manager diversity will only occur when allocators employ more defensible criteria and demand the same from their consultants.
Sector demand fundamentals and silver linings resulting from COVID-19 provide a compelling case for investing in senior housing.
From the perspective of a trend-following strategy, the latest market fall shows investors what is similar and different from prior crises.
If funds consider past OCIO performance, it is critical that they minimize the risk of drawing wrong conclusions.
Unprecedented opportunities are being created in China for institutional investors to invest in successful green industries.
Even with consumer consumption habits changing amid global lockdown measures around the world, farmland returns are not expected to alter significantly.
The Supreme Court preserved the right of the SEC to collect disgorgement, revealing key considerations for investors and fund managers.
Investors with exposure to venture capital should rethink whether pre-COVID-19 allocation strategies continues to fit this new environment.
The Federal Reserve should lay out a series of action steps that the central bank can take to address climate change across its mandate.
Fixed-income relative-value hedge funds may offer attractive risk-adjusted returns amid high Treasury issuance and mispriced opportunities.
As asset owners contend with volatility and due diligence challenges, minority-, women- and disabled-owned firms should not be overlooked.
As COVID-19 ushers in a new wave of market volatility, operational back-office fixes incorporating blockchain are worth considering.
The Supreme Court's Thole decision recognizes the reason for ERISA's enactment is to make sure benefits are paid to participants.
If the asset management industry really wants to address its racial biases, let's cut through the platitudes and have an honest dialogue.
We must redouble our efforts toward addressing the ugly discrimination that Martin Luther King bemoaned 53 years ago and continues today.
When investing in distressed debt, endowments can achieve superior net returns with less complexity by using a domestic institutional annuity contract.
The decision to put valuation on a continuum perverted the art of investing, labeling value and growth as distinct things. They are not.
Frontier markets will comprise a larger share of global GDP by 2050, but the key attraction of this asset class is its demographic dividend.
Asking the wrong questions of a potential vendor opens a plan up to damaging security risks.