A consulting firm has found establishing an early structure of employee ownership could be crucial in defining success at an asset management firm.
The Anglo-Dutch firm’s asset pile is steadily growing.
Towers Watson has warned hiring vast numbers of managers risks reducing alpha production and increasing fees.
Commonfund found tremendous growth in the private equity and hedge fund markets over the last 20 years and best performance in investments with top-tier managers.
SSgA, OppenheimerFunds, and AMP Capital, plus others, have lost and gained top employees in the dwindling days of 2013.
A review of 10 firms’ projections shows widespread bullishness on developed market equities, and a total lack of conviction about emerging markets.
The financial management company added $2.3 billion to its assets under management.
Institutional investors have increasingly turned to hedge funds to manage long-only mandates—and funds have been only too happy to oblige.
New York City and South Carolina’s pension systems spent roughly the same amount on annual investment fees—and both are under fire for it.
A report has found US management firms’ flexibility in manager selection and ability to customize and tailor to investors’ needs were key in winning over foreign investors.
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation has appointed William Blair, JP Morgan, Lee Munder Capital Management, and Delaware Investments.
A research note from Hewitt EnnisKnupp on how best to implement concentrated active equity strategies.
Opera Solutions has found an increasing trend of institutional investors adopting managed account platforms, with projections of the market growing to $100 billion in the next 18 months.
Investors have the power to demand more transparency, so show them the colour of your money, says the Global Governance Group.
Research from Carne Group finds 95% of investors want a global code of governance to be introduced.