10 More Wealthy Donors Take the Giving Pledge
The global Giving Pledge initiative created by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates has grown to 137 signatories.
In Private Equity Funds, Does It Really Pay to Diversify?
Preqin finds diversified structures still dominate investors’ preferences, but specific-industry funds often outperform.
Fidelity Charitable Reports on Donors’ Use of DAFs
Fidelity Charitable is now the second-largest grant maker in the U.S., behind the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Hedge Funds Maintained Momentum in May
Hedge funds in May reported their fourth straight monthly gain, according to Hedge Fund Research.
Forget Retirement: Older Single Women Love Their Jobs
Many single women of the baby boom generation plan to stay on the job well past retirement age, according to a new survey.
ETFs, ETPs Pass $3 Trillion Benchmark
Assets invested in globally listed exchange-traded funds and products set a new record of $3.02 trillion in May, according to ETFGI’s preliminary monthly global insight report.
Heady Demand for U.S. Commercial Real Estate
Investor and lender confidence in the U.S. commercial real estate market is surging, according to the sixth annual Akerman U.S. Real Estate Industry Outlook Survey.
Big Asset Managers Slow to Adopt Social Media
Only 49% of the largest U.S. institutional asset managers actively use one or more social media platforms, according to a study released Wednesday.
Hedge Fund Investors: Who’s in the $1 Billion Club?
Despite high-profile withdrawals, the number of institutional investors pouring $1 billion or more into hedge funds increased over the last year, Preqin reported.
Many Americans Clueless on How to Spend Retirement Savings
More than half of retirement savers in a survey had no plan for how to access and stretch their money once they retired.