Hedge Funds Record First Quarterly Loss Since Q2 2012
CTAs emerge from their coma, with a commanding 5.5% third-quarter return.
Fifth of U.S. Grant Makers Pay Their Board Members, Study Finds
Compensation is legal as long as it’s "reasonable." But what does reasonable mean?
Imminent End of QE in U.S. Spooks Global Fund Managers
Fund managers’ confidence that the global economy would strengthen over the next 12 months plummeted to its lowest level in two years in October, a Merrill survey says.
19 Top Colleges for Green MBAs: 2014
These college rankings weave together the priority given to sustainability education with Financial Times’ Global MBA ratings.
Regulation Is Boutique Asset Managers’ Biggest Growth Hurdle
Nearly half of boutique firms said regulation was the critical factor that could break their firm, up from 17% in 2013.
1 in 4 Gen Yers Trust ‘No One’ for Financial Advice
People starting their careers often don’t know whom to trust for advice, so many don't turn anywhere, Fidelity found.
Venture Capital Surges in Q3; Private Equity Slumps
Private equity fundraising slowed in the third quarter to the lowest quarterly amount of capital raised in three years, according to Preqin.
Less Affluent Americans Boost Charity; Wealthy Donors Tighten Belts
Despite earning less, middle- and lower-income Americans have increased the share of their income thay give to charity since the recession.
Family Offices Globally Show Significant Similarities: Study
The average family office portfolio returned about 9% in 2013, the UBS/Campden study found.
Wealthy Investors Worry About Digital Security but Fail to Protect Assets
Investors are concerned about protecting both their financial data and their online reputations, a study found.