Billion-Dollar Hedge Fund Managers Command 92% of Fund Assets
Eleven percent of hedge fund managers, or about 570 of them, fall into that group, Preqin reports.
Closing the Investor-Manager Gap on Hedge Fund Transparency
Hedge fund managers have worked to meet demands for transparency without betraying their proprietary strategies to competitors, but investors say they're falling short.
Foundations’ Impact Investing Largely Talk, Study Finds
Many private U.S. foundations that purport to engage in impact investing don’t put much of their money where their mouth is, according to the Center for Effective Philanthropy.
4 Steps to Building a Client-Centric Financial Advisory Team
Here's how to build a firm focused on personalized service to clients, according to Russell Investments.
Smaller Private Foundations Gave Out Much More Than Required in 2014
Foundations with less than $1 million in assets averaged distributions of 13.2%, Foundation Source reported.
Private Equity Firms Selling Companies Faster
The average time private equity firms hold buyout investments has dropped to 5.5 years for companies sold so far in 2015, according to a Preqin report.
Tiger 21’s Ultrawealthy Investors Expand Reach, Form Holding Company
Tiger 21, the peer-to-peer network for ultrawealthy investors, has experienced substantial growth in this decade and is looking to move to the next level.
Own a Luxury Vacation Home Without the Hassles of Ownership
Equity Estates’ Luxury Residence Fund offers both "return on investment" and "return on living," its founder says.
Real Estate Investors Looking to Buy More, Higher Priced Houses
Nearly half of real estate investors plan to buy four or more houses this year, a Visio survey says.
Many Investors Expecting Double-Digit Returns Prefer Lower-Risk Investments
Individual savers are feeling increasingly confident and want to invest more, but many have an unrealistic view on how their assets will perform, a Schroders survey found.