A survey showed global insurers have become more open to adding risk to investment portfolios as uncertainties caused by COVID-19 wane.
Asset owners aren't changing their long-term investment plans in reaction to GameStop, Archegos and other market anomalies.
Hedge fund firm Brevan Howard reportedly will begin investing in digital assets, including bitcoin, for its clients.
State Street Corp. is offering its first environmental, social and corporate governance commingled cash collateral reinvestment strategy.
IPI Partners, a joint venture of ICONIQ Capital and Iron Point Partners, closed its second infrastructure fund at $3.8 billion.
Private equity manager Crosspoint Capital Partners closed its debut fund at $1.3 billion, exceeding its $1 billion target.
Singapore-based startup Grab Holdings is going public in the U.S. through the largest-ever merger with a blank-check company.
Peak Rock Capital closed its latest middle-market private equity fund at $2 billion, exceeding its $1.3 billion hard cap.
Ares Management's latest real estate fund surpassed its $1.5 billion target and raised 70% more than its predecessor fund.
KKR raised a record $15 billion in less than 18 months for its KKR Asian Fund IV, overcoming considerable COVID-19-related challenges.
Genstar Capital closed its latest buyout fund at its roughly $11.7 billion hard cap, including $10.2 billion in limited partner commitments.
Institutional investors are gradually adding risk assets back into portfolios as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers.
Cerberus Capital Management closed its latest global opportunistic real estate fund along with a separate vehicle at about $2.8 billion.
Oaktree Capital Management raised about $4.7 billion with its largest real estate fund and related investment vehicles.
Bond managers are expecting a large number of high-yield companies to be upgraded to investment-grade status in 2021 and 2022.
Consultants are asking pension funds to think carefully about two very real concerns in passive investing: ESG and concentration risks.
High-yield managers are set to focus on short-duration high-yield corporate bonds to avoid interest rate risk this year.
Blackstone Group closed its inaugural growth equity fund, Blackstone Growth, at $4.5 billion, raising more money than any fund of its kind.
Lea Carty was named group head, investment solutions at London Stock Exchange Group, focusing on improving data and index capabilities.
Signal Capital Partners closed its latest credit and real estate fund, Signal Alpha II Fund, at $1.1 billion, exceeding its target.
Ares Management closed its Ares Pathfinder Fund at $3.7 billion, well above its fundraising target of $2 billion.
Although the 60/40 portfolio model saw investors through the cataclysm of the pandemic, the global recovery is proving an even tougher test.
Investors need dynamic rather than static asset allocation and robust investment processes following the coronavirus pandemic.
Investors need to find new sources of growth to rebuild economies damaged by the coronavirus pandemic, rather than recycling known concepts.
LIBOR is going away and the transition to new rates has plenty of hurdles.