New research shows that developing and maintaining outsourced cio relationships are crucial components for managers to win mandates.
Adoption of environmental, social and governance factors into the investment decision framework is a growing trend in the U.S. institutional landscape, and one that adopters are beginning to spread beyond traditional equity strategies, a recent survey shows.
Declining investment management fees across certain asset classes provides one way for investors to obtain better value for their money, according to a study from bfinance.
Equity investment programs built predominantly around public markets can benefit from extending to the private market, according to new research.
Performance-based compensation continues to be a key component of pay for investment staff at private foundations and university endowments, according to a recent study.
Investors must be diligent in preparing against extreme risks and their potential for high impact on global economic growth and returns as non-financial risks take an increasingly significant role, a report shows.
Foundations and endowments need to eliminate biases in their governance and investment processes to unlock more opportunities for women and minority investment managers.
Foundations and endowments may be their own worst enemy when it comes to investing in private equity and hedge funds.
Outperformance from larger foundations does not in itself make them better or even much different investors than their smaller peers, according to a recent study.