Should allocators go with local talent they know—or talent local to what they own?
Does it matter where your hedge funds are based? The performance numbers say it does.
Investors are putting their faith in outsourcing—but how many really know what they are getting?
“Cost synergies” are promised as the consultancy giant teams up with insurance broker Willis.
CIO’s European Editor on why knowing what you’re getting into costs less than getting out of it.
Do you know what you’re signing? Because when it comes to asset management contracts, most of you don’t.
The 401(k) is hailed as the future, but it’s horribly flawed. A select few firms are trying to change that.
Alpha, schmalpha—CIO looks at where you could really lose and gain money. And it's not your stock-picking.
Textron’s CIO and Morgan Stanley’s Caitlin Long on the nitty-gritty of the hibernation-versus-termination debate.
What happens when an inebriated and uninvited guest crashes CIO Summit New York? Things get messy.