A wave of asset-owner partnerships could cause some managers to lose out, according to Cerulli.
One of the UK’s biggest pensions has sold interests in 13 vehicles to private equity specialist Ardian, preparing to go direct.
A quarter of institutional investors are already outsourcing to some extent, and that number will only grow, according to Natixis Global Asset Management.
Railpen’s Chairman John Chilman on the case for “alternative risk premia.”
Investors must ensure they are holding the right funds for their needs, says Mercer.
Will firms work harder for the money? A mammoth, all-custom, boilerplate-answers-banned solicitation out of Orange County’s pension bets yes.
Asset owners managing bonds and equities themselves say it's simpler—and more achievable—than many might imagine.
The Canadian sovereign fund has taken a minority ownership stake in DFG Investment Advisers, one of its asset managers.
Assumptions of market inefficiency fall flat as active managers crowd the small-cap space, according to Aon Hewitt.
Cooperation, collaboration, and trust among peer investors are key to creative co-investment opportunities, academics have argued.