Direct investments by sovereign wealth funds rise to record level in 2021.
Seeing lush future profits, institutions are diligently investing in these two renewable energy sources.
Despite US constraints and pandemic headwinds, odds are they’ll spring back to their old growth level, analysts say.
Their overseas exposure is expanding, while US funds stay mostly at home.
Infrastructure such as bridges and tunnels, plus farmland and other natural resources, is winning new favor.
This battered asset class should benefit from a host of new developments—such as a weaker dollar.
Ohio SERS’s Majeed and NEBF’s Tarbox assess infrastructure, offices, retail, and more in our webinar.
The JPM chief says lifting the cap would only benefit the wealthy, with their huge property levies.
CPPIB and CalSTRS are among the many institutions that have put money into the expanding Asian economic powers.
Some 86% now invest in alternatives, says Nuveen survey.
Celebrated economist Dambisa Moyo, at a CIO virtual event, describes how America’s strengths should outweigh its downsides, to the buck’s benefit.