Blackstone agreed to buy single-family rental company Home Partners of America for $6 billion, betting suburban housing will stay hot.
Fund managers are increasingly grappling with fragmented policies in China's $113 billion green bond market.
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan aims to double its infrastructure investments within the next five years.
Canadian investment giant Brookfield Asset Management is bucking the trend when it comes to hybrid work in a post-pandemic world.
Allianz's board member overseeing PIMCO said the German insurance company plans to play an active role in money management consolidation.
Texas is drawing battle lines in a fight against investors and companies turning their backs on fossil fuels.
Dimensional Fund Advisors just became one of the biggest players in the $6.5 trillion exchange-traded fund arena.
ADIA is considering changes to its real estate strategy after some of its major holdings suffered during the coronavirus pandemic.
A bipartisan group of 10 senators has agreed to pitch a $1.2 trillion eight-year infrastructure spending package to President Joe Biden.
Citadel Securities reached a settlement in a lawsuit with a British hedge fund manager over the attempted hiring of a senior trader.
A "massive rotation" into corporate bonds from equities may be on the horizon for U.S. pension funds as they become fully funded.
Credit Suisse Group canceled a plan to back star trader Hamza Lemssouguer's credit fund in a stunning about-face.
Wall Street's top brokers are quietly tightening their rules for who can bet against retail traders' most-popular meme stocks.
Carlyle Group and Warburg Pincus told employees they'll require COVID-19 vaccinations to return to the office in September.
DWS Group and Assicurazioni Generali are among suitors that submitted initial bids this week for the asset management arm of NN Group.
China is allowing Ant Group to start operations at its consumer finance company, the first sign of progress after a regulatory crackdown.
J.P. Morgan Chase applied to take full control of its China securities venture and is ramping up hiring as it plows ahead with expansion.
The recovery's pace picked up somewhat in April and May, sparking price pressures as businesses dealt with worker scarcity and rising costs.
Leon Black defamed a woman by calling their relationship a "consensual affair" and claiming she'd extorted money from him, a lawsuit says.
Credit Suisse is temporarily barring clients from withdrawing all their cash from a fund that invests with Renaissance Technologies.
The Department of Justice is investigating the market-rattling meltdown of Bill Hwang's Archegos Capital Management in March.
The debt structure for sustainability-backed bonds is "lacking" from the perspective of an impact investor, prompting Nuveen to stay away.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren ripped the Federal Reserve for its oversight of Credit Suisse Group in the run-up to Archegos Capital's implosion.
At the Fed's April meeting, some officials signaled being open to discussing scaling back the central bank's bond purchases "at some point."
Managers warned returns could be "muted" as elevated share prices suggest it will be harder for super funds to meet lofty return targets.