Nonprofits should prepared for an increase in global political risks.
A global consulting firm suggests healthcare organizations “with the appropriate appetite” diversify away from U.S. Treasury bonds and invest in opportunistic credit funds, private debt and hedge funds to reduce risk and enhance return, according to a recent white paper.
Institutional investors have embraced commercial real estate, but their reluctance to allocate to equity REITs has been costly for beneficiaries over the last decade. As the search for yield continues, a fresh look at equity REITs is warranted, Adelante Capital Management says.
Investment managers will have to leverage technology and data to better suit their clients’ needs.
Pressure to lower fees on traditional active management along with smaller average mandate sizes and a move toward private markets have brought on a decline in active investment manager fees when compared to published fees.
New research finds defined benefit plans will need to reevaluate their risks in 2020 to get back on track with their investment goals.
The lack of complete integration following mergers and acquisitions in the asset management space has led to additional costs for the industry, according to a whitepaper from Casey Quirk.
Hedge fund managers are seeing an increase in demands from asset owners for the integration of responsible investment practices, according to a whitepaper from Cerulli Associates.