Reporting standards at hedge funds don’t appear to bear any relation to performance, according to a study.
An investor survey has shown very few investors want these new products—despite the sales push.
Corporate bonds, government bonds, and developed market stocks are all too expensive, and even emerging markets are less convincing.
As Janet Yellen takes to the stage, investors are leaving US shores.
Despite portfolio theories, state pension plans delivered excess returns from locally-biased equity holdings and were able to better pick winners from losers.
Both believe in divesting retirement assets from firearm companies.
Nearly 85% of managers also expected to compromise more on fee arrangements in the next five years, according to a survey.
The Chinese government said it plans to raise the retirement age in 2022.
They also failed to provide stability and liquidity to financial markets over the last 25 years, a study has claimed.
An impressive track record could mean higher hurdles for private equity managers—and their investors.