Long-only, rebalancing schedule, tracking error: Mandates come constrained, and two research analysts say it’s high time attribution methods caught up.
Julian Robertson’s progenies scored higher win/loss ratios for their trades, according to Novus.
Global managers foresee new entrants, new models, and a new client focus, according to State Street.
Objectives are coming into the spotlight as investors demand deliverables from their managers, research has shown.
Private equity firms will start shopping when an “inevitable” market correction arrives, the Carlyle co-founder predicts.
The consulting firm has placed a number of key players in its pension-risk transfer and annuity buyouts practice.
A coalition of 13 public pension funds overseeing $1 trillion has asked the SEC to remedy “an uneven playing field” between private equity managers and investors.
Part two of CIO’s four-part Google Trends series: A look into the digital impact of one of investing’s hottest categories—and most hated names.
The $10.6 billion public pension fund and Salient Partners will end their relationship as of August 15.
Macquarie Group, Bridgewater Associates, and CBRE Global Investors topped Towers Watson's alternative manager ranking with $264 billion in cumulative assets.