In a year when the term ‘innovation’ has come under prominent attack, we took a look at our own awards series, and made some tweaks.
It warmed my heart when two CIOs emailed me the article "'Girls Who Invest' Would Change Wall Street," by Seema Hingorani, former CIO of NYC's pension funds.
Nearly 98% of those signed up for today’s webcast on the status of women in the asset management industry are female. That’s wrong.
You have until August 15 to nominate the asset owners and managers
who deserve to be singled out for their innovative approach to business,
strategy, and returns.
It’s been almost exactly five years since we started Asset International’s Chief Investment Officer
(aiCIO)—or, as of this sentence,
what we are now simply calling Chief
Investment Officer. CIO for
short. And that’s the least of the changes we’re making.
Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman caps off the speaker lineup for our inaugural Summit of Dangerous Ideas, and only ten spots remain for attendees.
One month today, to celebrate the five years of aiCIO’s existence, we will host our
inaugural Summit of Dangerous Ideas.
With the passing of Joe Dear, the nation’s largest pension plan is searching for a leader who can fill his shoes. Who can—and should?
As our fifth anniversary issue approaches, we look back at
10 of the largest ‘trends’ of the past five years—and asking readers whether
they think they’re a passing fad or a secular shift.
A news website is trying to take down the New Jersey Investment Division and its Chairman, Bob Grady. They don’t know what they’re talking about.