Over the year ended June 30, indexed assets increased 9%, up from $13.37 trillion.
The year ended on June 30 was a tough one for real estate assets and real estate managers, both in the U.S. and around the world.
P&I’s 10th annual survey of hedge funds and hedge funds of funds showed aggregate net assets declined in a tough year ended June 30.
As assets overall slipped among the world's largest retirement funds, U.S. retirement plans in the World 300 universe saw an increase.
U.S. institutional assets in ESG investments are growing quickly, as asset owners and managers get more creative.
Large-cap growth strategies dominated domestic equity managers while long-duration and corporate bonds displaced high yield.
Financial wellness programs are gaining momentum despite difficulty in measure the return on investment and lingering reservations among some plans sponsors.
For DC asset managers, 2018 was a rough year for equities as passive, domestic and international categories were all down.
The cryptocurrency market is evolving and could see more institutional interest soon.
For OCIO managers, DC plans and endowments represented the fastest-growing segment of their U.S. institutional book of business.
Technological disruption in energy, transport forcing investors in long-term infrastructure assets to rethink portfolio construction.