Julian Robertson’s progenies scored higher win/loss ratios for their trades, according to Novus.
News Archive: Jul - 2015
Investors that buy assets with little concern for price could seriously disrupt the market once they start selling, according to GMO’s Ben Inker.
Pre-retirement lump-sum withdrawals and lack of annuitization may push retirees towards financial ruin, according to research.
Global managers foresee new entrants, new models, and a new client focus, according to State Street.
Loading up on renewable energy stocks may not be enough to save your investments in the event of extreme global warming, according to new research.
Objectives are coming into the spotlight as investors demand deliverables from their managers, research has shown.
A paper co-penned by one of the fund's in-house managers assesses hedge funds within individual institutional portfolios.
The insurer has also agreed to acquire Dachille’s fixed-income firm, First Principles.
Private equity firms will start shopping when an “inevitable” market correction arrives, the Carlyle co-founder predicts.
The world’s second largest sovereign wealth fund has hired a noted Japan specialist.
The consulting firm has placed a number of key players in its pension-risk transfer and annuity buyouts practice.
A-List endowments go head-to-head in part three of CIO’s Google Trends series.
As the popularity of factor investing grows, the risks of overcrowding in some areas are also increasing.
The French bank says it will pay to be prepared when Chair Yellen raises rates—and maybe even before that.