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News Archive: Jan - 2016
Yvan Legris is leaving the industry after a career spanning three decades.
Post-crisis, SWFs are moving away from global asset management trends, portfolio analysis has shown.
Ted Burdick will succeed Scott Bessent as chief investment officer of the $30 billion wealth vehicle.
The London-based hedge fund has announced liquidation.
A new ranking of ESG-conscious asset owners hails CalPERS, two large Dutch pensions, Norway’s sovereign fund—and a comparatively tiny British investor.
Mass redemptions from liquid alts clients have pushed Lutetium to unwind and close its doors.
Funds have less than four months to finalize deficit recovery plans.
Trend-following strategies can be a cost-efficient means of capitalizing on seasonal market movements, a leading quant argues.
Byron Wien, vice-chair of multi-asset investing, paints a grim year ahead (for US investors, at least).
Demand for credit strategies “evaporated” in the second half the year—but asset owners are still forecast to put new money to work in the sector.
Executive teams’ résumés link dramatically to stock performance, even more so than momentum, market cap, and book-to-market ratio.
Too much focus on outperforming peers is causing misalignment between hedge funds and investors, argues Novus Partners.
Investors should determine smart beta’s source of outperformance, how long the source persists, and how to implement the beta, a columnist has argued.