Surveys/Studies

Surveys/Studies
COVID No Longer Considered The Main Threat To Growth: Survey

Supply chain disruptions and less supportive central bank policy has supplanted COVID-19 as the greatest threat to economic recovery by institutional investors, according to a recent survey.

12.16.21
Surveys/Studies
Private Equity Fees, Demand Increase: Callan

The investment consulting firm published its findings in a study that analyzed the fees and terms for 187 private equity partnerships.

12.07.21
Emerging/Diverse Managers
Diverse-Owned Firms Manage 1.4% Of U.S. AUM: Study

An updated study from the Knight Foundation shows assets managed by women- and minority-owned firms remains virtually the same as 10 years ago despite no difference in performance.

12.07.21
Surveys/Studies
Nonprofits Leading ESG Adoption Effort: Survey

Asset managers say nonprofit client demand for such strategies will continue to increase.

12.02.21
Surveys/Studies
Asset Mgrs. Taking Active Role On ESG In Portfolio Companies: Survey

Asset managers are taking a more active role on ESG issues with companies in their portfolios to influence potential outcomes such as greater transparency, improved behaviors and reduced uncertainty and risk, according to a recent survey.

11.24.21
Surveys/Studies
Endowments Eyeing Diverse-Owned Mgrs., ESG & Impact Investing: Survey

Many endowments plan to increase their allocations to diverse-owned managers and make ESG and impact investing a priority next year, according to a new survey.

11.18.21
Surveys/Studies
Institutional Investors See Expenses Fall: Survey

Institutional investors paid an average of 54.2 basis points for total fund expenses in 2020.

11.15.21
Surveys/Studies
CalPERS IC Less Satisfied With Consultant Performance: Survey

Investment committee members reported a drop in satisfaction with consultant performance across three different strategies.

11.12.21
Surveys/Studies
Investor Interest In Adopting ESG Ascends To New High: Survey

Institutional investor interest in incorporating ESG factors into their investment decision making has reached an all-time high, according to a recent survey.

11.10.21
Surveys/Studies
Nonprofits To Rely On Investments, Fundraising For Revenues In Wake Of Pandemic: Study

Nonprofits are increasingly looking toward illiquid investments and fundraising for income due to downward pressure on their operating revenues as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent survey.

11.10.21