The so-called “$1 billion club” exerts disproportionate influence and capital, according to Preqin.
Endowments and foundations are the latest investor group to put pressure on the traditional hedge fund model.
Recent poor performance should be recognized as a signal of better days to come, not a reason to divest, argues Ben Inker.
A researcher argues trading costs do not lead portfolio managers to make similar investments—but in fact help them to differentiate.
An allocation of 15% or more to private assets can be the difference between outperformance and negative returns, argues Cambridge Associates.
A global survey of managers finds high levels of cash and a dramatic change in sentiment towards Europe.
Integrating, not just mixing, factors is the key to successful portfolio construction, research shows.
Losses incurred on June 23 were an outlier and not a portent of more difficulties ahead, managers say.
Amsterdam’s government has funding from two pension plans to help revamp its most (in)famous area.
Cannabis, gambling, alcohol—are ‘sin stocks’ worth the investment?