An “abnormal” political event can lead to a large disparity in investment performance between Republicans and Democrats, research shows.
Direct investors have some private equity firms looking nervously over their shoulders.
Thanks to private information and liquidity provisions, hedge fund managers may be better at short-selling than other investors, according to research.
Asset owners indicate a declining appetite for UK alternative asset classes.
Institutional LPs overwhelmingly trust GPs’ own performance data—unlike their private-sector counterparts.
In-person allocation decisions tend to be better—and happen more often—than data-based hiring or rejections.
Institutions are picking off top-notch young investors from the shriveling industry.
Hedge fund replication may not be the optimum use of factor investing strategies, research shows.
An increasing number of business school students are aspiring to private equity jobs, while few seek out roles at hedge funds.
A doozy of an RFP awaits risk specialists interested in working alongside Meketa.