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Deadline nears for Best Places to Work registration

Registration ends June 11 for 10th annual Best Places to Work in Money Management program.

China tech pullback provides opportunities
China tech pullback provides opportunities

Managers predict a year or two of transition for China's tech giants could provide good entry points for foreign institutional investors.

Brandon Freiman
Energy transition becoming larger part of portfolios

Investment opportunities stemming from energy transition are becoming clearer, making it possible for investors to build portfolios.

Deadline extended for P&I/DCIIA Excellence and Innovation awards
Deadline extended for P&I/DCIIA Excellence and Innovation awards

The registration deadline for the Excellence and Innovation awards program has been extended to June 11.

Hybrid models dominate plans firms making for return to office
Hybrid models dominate plans firms making for return to office

Money managers are heading back to the office but with much more flexibility than they’ve had in the past.

Rick Rieder
After heady 2020, bond managers prep for shifts

Fixed-income managers face diminishing returns, rising rates and inflation fears in 2021 following a very strong 2020.

Cassandra Lichnock
CalSTRS among institutions seeing leadership changes

CalSTRS was among a number of the largest institutional investors in the world announcing leadership changes earlier this month.

Rory Sullivan
Tool to compare government efforts on climate coming

Institutional investors and investor networks are developing a tool to assess countries' climate change governance and performance.

How P&I compiled the managers data
How P&I compiled the managers data

This issue marks the 48th year has profiled the largest managers of U.S. institutional tax-exempt assets.

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Push for diversity and inclusion a needed change

Asset managers have long struggled to attract, retain and promote diverse candidates, but now they are acting to address shortcomings.