Institutional investors have begun taking bets on fledgling funds, which invest heavily in cryptocurrency and blockchain-related companies.
Money manager interest in opportunity zone investment is running high, but fund launches are low to date.
The next generation in India is embracing equity funds, a trend that could help a growing swath of money managers achieve profitability.
Changes to the way Sweden's main AP funds may invest have been welcomed by executives.
Private equity and real estate are more correlated with public markets and have fewer volatility differences than investors might think.
Research examining a 90-year sample of stocks finds the majority failed to outperform one-month Treasury bills.
Regulators defuse the explosive growth of e-commerce friendly money market fund's initial manager, even as other managers rush in.
Money managers, central banks and governments are increasingly concerned about the leveraged finance market.
Money managers have had to reposition in emerging markets this year amid elections, economic adjustments and challenging returns.
Japan Post Insurance's managing executive officer says a looming slowdown makes this "the best time to buy" U.S. investment-grade bonds.
Bondholders of debt issued by COFINA were cleared by the court overseeing Puerto Rico's bankruptcy to vote on a restructuring agreement.
Money managers say investors increasingly recognize that traditional stock return prediction techniques must be upgraded.
Los Angeles County Employees' Retirement Association is selling its interest in a 2007 vintage buyout fund for $26.7 million.
Indexed assets under management rose 12.9% to $13.36 trillion in the year ended June 30, P&I's annual survey shows.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince insisted the stalled plan to sell shares in oil giant Aramco will go ahead, promising an IPO by 2021.
Bond investors who have doubled down on bets against ultra-low sovereign yields could finally see vindication.
Replacing LIBOR as a benchmark rate for derivatives and fixed income won't be easy, sources said.
South Korea's Public Officials Benefit Association is adding active and liquid exposures to prepare for the eventual end of the bull market.
Poor returns are making institutional investors question, or completely ax, their timberland holdings.
Money managers and asset owners say they have emerged from the financial crisis better able to cope with risk and liquidity challenges.
Turkey's fast-changing situation has money managers concerned about the country's future.
Credit analysts, who helped firms like MFS and T. Rowe weather the GFC, could play a key role in coping with a liquidity-challenged market.
Some money managers and asset owners say the financial crisis' disruption spurred organizational improvements that made them stronger.
As emerging markets again face testing times, some investors are taking risk off the table by broadening their exposure to these countries.
China's increasingly sophisticated management of its economy may help support markets hit by trade war fears.