Take heed of the ‘Dark Triad’—narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy—research has warned.
In honor of CIO’s 50th issue, Editor-in-Chief Kip McDaniel shares lessons from the last seven years.
Chris Graham will serve as head of investment strategies for the insurance and mutual fund provider.
A private-equity fee investigator has been named asset management co-chief, shedding light on the regulator’s priorities.
In-person allocation decisions tend to be better—and happen more often—than data-based hiring or rejections.
Paint company PPG will transfer a portion of its pension liabilities to the two insurance companies.
Oscar Fabian will leave the A$16 billion fund effective August 31.
The Netherlands’ precarious funding situation may be tipped over the edge by Brexit-induced market falls.
Institutions are picking off top-notch young investors from the shriveling industry.
Committees have a hard time staying loyal to investment decisions once a strategy underperforms, according to Russell Investments.
Hedge fund replication may not be the optimum use of factor investing strategies, research shows.
The referendum was “advisory,” not binding, as Cambridge Associates points out.
The UK’s currency and sovereign debt reacted strongly to last week’s shock result, making liability matching all the more difficult.
UK hedge fund researchers find systematic sports betting can diversify and outperform traditional assets.
Jack Mahler has won one of the most sought-after jobs around, CIO has learned.