Survival of the fittest? The number of hedge funds available
for investors to select is falling.
Between bonuses and base salary, pay packets have shrunk by nearly half.
management is infiltrating untraditional arenas and no active manager is safe,
Morningstar has said.
The deputy CIO of Kentucky Retirement Systems on why (and how) volatility cones can help asset owners separate manager skill from luck.
Both firms have named former pension investment staff to leading retirement-focused positions.
After more than a year of sluggish interest, some signs point to macro strategies regaining popularity.
Retail investors are looking for more options—and institutional managers have what they want, research has shown.
The firms that didn’t make the list may be as surprising as those that did.
David Winters’ hedge fund has launched an attack on the soda company, and apparently has the interest of at least one major institutional shareholder.
Convention be damned? Preqin has found private equity consultants think the past is a guide to the future—and data suggests this may be right.