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." />
We’re looking for asset owners and consultants looking to challenge conventional asset management wisdom at the Chief Investment Officer Summit 2015." />
Exactly 88 individuals have populated the past three editions of our annual Forty Under Forty. Exactly zero of those individuals will be on this year’s list." />
Well it’s true: Even sophisticated audiences (a definition that we think includes chief investment officers) enjoy clickbait." />
Down with “should,” “could,” and “might”—here are my concrete predictions for asset management in 2015. If I get 52% right, like a good active manager, I’ll count it as a win." />
The Vanity Fair
Oscar party has nothing on this. In just three weeks, our fifth-annual Industry Innovation Awards and Influential Investors Forum will get underway—and expect something special." />
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.