Dry powder levels won’t diminish anytime soon, Deloitte warns.
Strong brand awareness could mean increased inflows, eVestment argues, but could also lead to heightened negative bias.
As more managers make the same investments, the industry as a whole can become increasingly illiquid, according to Novus.
Concerns about China, Brexit, and changes to monetary policy are driving asset managers more cautious.
The $37.6 billion fund has cut a number of positions from the public equity group in favor of hiring external managers.
Investors are increasingly adopting factor-based strategies, with hedge funds as their preferred vehicle.
With earnings results down for Blackstone, KKR, Carlyle, and Apollo, will negative private equity returns follow?
Research into private equity has challenged assumptions about how “stable” fund management teams need to be.
The “prickly relationship” between consultants and managers worsens alongside the reliability of reported data, according to research.
CalPERS isn’t the only asset owner culling its roster on a mission to simplify.