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.
4 Midyear Market Trends to Watch: MFS
MFS’ midyear outlook examines the longevity of the current business cycle, the potential interest rate rise, why consumers aren’t spending and investors’ biggest mistake.
Morgan Stanley’s Gorman Defends 25% Pay Raise
The CEO’s $22.5 million salary in 2014 does not put him among the top 10 highest paid in the U.S.
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.
Bill Gross: Bund ‘Short of a Lifetime’ Was Right Trade, Wrongly Executed
The Janus bond manager acknowledges trouble executing his infamous German bund trade but thinks he can get it right next time.
Aberdeen to Buy FLAG Capital
The move expands the asset manager's reach in the alternatives business and among investors in Asia.
Wirehouses Lead Growth in Alternative Assets: MMI
MMI report attributes the rapid growth in wirehouse-associated alternative investments to goals-based wealth management, simpler terminology and managed solutions programs.
Massachusetts, Montana Sue SEC Over JOBS Act
The states are unhappy with the capital-raising provisions, known as Regulation A+, which bar them from regulating some small offerings.
Gold or Miners: Which Investment Shines Brighter?
Owning gold serves different investing goals than owning mining stocks, a Morningstar analyst says. Which is best for your clients?