The US regulator made “informal requests” for more information regarding the two private equity firms’ fees and expenses.
News Archive: Feb - 2016
Taking control is a lot more nuanced than deciding to in-source vs. outsource, says CIO’s European Editor Nick Reeve.
Risk measures used for Sharpe ratios are not consistent with investors’ long-term time horizon, Aon Hewitt says.
Proposed legislation would give state government the final say on trustee selection, staffing, promotions, and provider contracts.
Once dismissed as fads, these strategies’ staying power took investors by surprise—but shakeouts loom.
Covariance Capital Management will manage a portion of the University of Connecticut Foundation’s $363 million endowment.
In some locales, the theory of liability-matching is coming up against the reality of markets.
Even after a year of middling returns, nearly half of surveyed asset owners plan to grow their allocations, Deutsche Bank has found.
The financial technology firm is also bringing manager analysis to fixed income and credit.
The asset-managing giant said it would aim for “simplicity, clarity, and engagement” with a shortened name.
A maturing industry combined with possible recession could lead to a convergence of private equity and public market returns, according to Bain & Company.
New forms of passive investing haven’t brought down costs—in fact, some providers may be charging a premium for their “innovation,” Morningstar says.
The UK will vote on its membership of the EU this summer, and asset managers are already weighing the risks they face.