It may seem early, but today we’re opening the nomination period for the 2016 edition of Chief Investment Officer’s Forty Under Forty.
The ability to help a client meet its performance goals, of course—but how else do the best consulting shops stand out from the crowd?
Let’s not pretend you’ll be gardening all weekend.
If yes—and we’ll make it anonymous, removing your name and any serious identifying details—send it to me.
The New York City comptroller is comparing alternative manager fees to their performance—and is set to name names. Get ready for the pitchforks.
The United Nation’s pension CEO has been accused of committing “massive fraud.” But at its core, are the changes being attempted actually just good governance?
For trade publications, every March brings the Neal Awards, our equivalent—tongue-in-cheek, kind of—to the Pulitzers.
A comment from a reader (whom I won’t name) has prompted me to think about whether we’re allowed to use literary license to make a point.
We have received well north of 100 distinct nominations for our fourth annual Forty Under Forty—so today (February 17), after midnight New York time, we won’t be accepting any more.
We're going beyond the written word when it comes to the status of women in the investment management industrial complex—and you should be, too.