In Private Equity Funds, Does It Really Pay to Diversify?
Preqin finds diversified structures still dominate investors’ preferences, but specific-industry funds often outperform.
Will Energy Mergers Speed Up After Shell-BG Deal?
A Brunswick survey of oil and gas specialists found that 68% of analysts and investment managers expect more M&A activity but only 20% of bankers and lawyers do.
Investor Alert: Malaysia Faces Tough Going in 2015
Malaysia is going through rough times and investors need to be informed. Its economy has suffered and the trend looks likely to continue in the year to come.
Iraq Crisis May Lift Iran Oil Prospects
Does Iran have a role to play with respect to the future of global oil market dynamics as the conflict in Iraq continues to escalate?
New World, New Opportunities
The world has changed for investors, more than most advisors might realize.
New Iranian President Leaves Investors Cautiously Optimistic
BP has classified Iran's natural gas reserves as the biggest in the world — a fact that undoubtedly is of great interest to energy companies. But that gas is useless to them as long as sanctions are in place.
Top 20 New Mega Donors
Wealth-X tags the new crop of elite philanthropists following in the footsteps of Carnegie and Rockefeller.
Cold Comfort: Russia and Your Investments
Despite political risk and tales of corruption in Russia, investors remain interested in—or at least curious about—investment opportunities there. What do they need to know before investing?
10 Best Cities for Jobs in Financial Services: 2012
According to a report by Accounting Principals, a job placement agency for financial and accounting professionals, smaller markets are proving to provide big opportunities for job hunters.
BLS Issues First Green Jobs Report
Data show that there are 3.1 million green jobs in the U.S., making up about 2% of the total.