Big Private Equity Funds Gobble Up Most Money
There is a stark division in fundraising between first-time private equity fund managers and their more established counterparts.
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.
What ‘Elysium’ Suggests About the Future of Finance
In the 22nd century, the world of wealth may look like an exaggerated version of today's reality, according to movie director Neill Blomkamp.
DoubleLine’s New Equity Fund Managers Grab ‘Opportunity of a Career’
Now that DoubleLine is three years old, the Los Angeles-based fund firm has the stability and financial resources to take on a new challenge.
New Hire Roundup: Hedge Fund Association Announces Officers; Carlyle Names Board
This week in new hires, Hedge Fund Association announced newly elected officers; Carlyle Group named new board members; Altegris welcomed Amy Bennett; Sanjay Puri joined Zephyr Associates.
Regions' Latest Move Could Propel Sale of Morgan Keegan, Say Experts
Regions Financial Corp. is offering potential suitors for its Morgan Keegan broker-dealer up to $200 million in financing, according to a report released Sunday.
Carlyle Group Buys Minority Stake in Avalon Advisors
The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest private equity firms, has made a minority investment in Avalon Advisors, a Houston-based wealth advisor and asset manager with nearly $4 billion in assets under management.