Private Equity Emerges From the Shadows
When most Americans shop, they do it at big department stores or online at popular websites.
Is Private Equity Wrong for Retirement Funds?
Questions are raised about opacity, risk and the often enormous fees guaranteed to fund managers no matter how they perform.
New Hire Roundup: Schmitter Goes to Commonfund
Also, AllBackoffice Consulting LLC has announced that Marty Morua has joined the firm.
New Hire Roundup: Caiazzo Chairs SIFMA’s Clearing Firms Committee
Christian Sulger-Büel became managing director of FOX International, and Bill Mitchell was named senior portfolio manager at WHM Capital Advisors.
Ultra-Wealthy Families Made Tactical, Not Strategic Changes Post-2008
Family offices that oversee assets for ultra-high-net-worth European and American families made tactical adjustments but few strategic changes in the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis, according to a new survey.
Family Offices Expand Financial Protection to Include Physical Protection
After managing resources wisely, threat assessment, awareness and action may be the next big trend for your wealthy clients. Are you ready?
Cambridge Survey: Wealthy Families Report What's on Their Minds
High-net-worth individuals and families share many portfolio concerns with not-for-profit organizations, but differences between the two groups exist as well, according to a Cambridge Associates survey released Monday, May 17.
Follow The Money
Hunter Lewis is an unlikely candidate for questioning wealth in the world's pre-eminent bastion of capitalism. As co-founder of the 34-year-old global investment firm Cambridge...
EIM Group Appoints U.S. CIO
NEW YORK (HedgeWorld.com)--William Bijesse was named chief investment officer of EIM's U.S. operations as of Aug. 2. Mr. Bijesse was at Boston-based consulting firm Cambridge Associates, where he managed and advised on more than US$2 billion in assets, the majority of which were in hedge funds, according to EIM officials....