Institutional mandates increased in price by 60% in some cases, consultant research has found.
Using a tailored yardstick is essential when examining multi-asset performance, a consulting firm warns.
Asset owners say ESG criteria can boost returns, and more alternatives managers are taking this message on board.
The Singaporean sovereign wealth fund wants investors to force managers to take a long-term view.
Infrastructure buyers are piling in more cash and, increasingly, ditching fund managers.
Why all alpha—and beta—is not created equal, according to guest columnist Christopher Schelling, director of private equity for the Texas Municipal Retirement Systems.
The £4.4 billion pension for the city of Edinburgh is taking assets from two external managers.
What happens when 115 protesters descend upon Greenwich, Connecticut?
Investors have reason to walk when a manager splits up—and, a study shows, reason to run at the sound of wedding bells.
Asian investors typically don’t use consultants, but their importance is growing in the region.