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.
Multi-asset managers have actually harmed performance via tactical asset allocation decisions, finds Willis Towers Watson.
Profit sharing at private equity firms is more closely tied to tenure and seniority than to actual investment performance, finds Harvard Business School.
For funds facing rising deficits, Cambridge Associates argues that hedge funds are the key to funding liabilities.
Research by consultants, law firms, etc. adds no value in private equity, a study finds.
Providers are already finding answers to long-term challenges, argues Fitch Ratings.
The Boston-based firm beat out five other bidders, and won Orange County’s grueling 56-page RFP for a new general consultant.