Private credit is experiencing massive growth at a time when the global economy is changing faster than ever. Investors need to look at where it’s going, rather than where it’s been.
Farming out sustainable investing to passive or low cost options isn’t “for the faint of heart”. In a new world where the winners aren’t as obvious, active management should thrive.
Active managers have been “getting it in the teeth” since the GFC, but that’s about to change as the massive misallocation of capital unwinds. The most valuable companies in the world are trading at a multiple that doesn’t befit their status.
Magellan has flagged acquisitions and the addition of alternatives strategies as part of a five-year plan to reclaim the $100 billion plus heights it last scaled in 2021.
While diversifying strategies commanded the field through 2022, investors feel they’ve missed the boat on the returns to be had. Instead, they’re window shopping for more private equity.
Cooper Investors has shuttered the retail and wholesale classes of its Asian Equities Fund following the resignation of portfolio manager Qiao Ma.
The passive investment mega-wave has likely crested with active strategies poised for a long-overdue comeback over the next decade, according to a new Man Institute study.
Veteran investor, Jeremy Grantham, has nominated a falling global property market as lead contender to drive the next deflationary phase of the multi-asset ‘super bubble’.
US stock valuations based on forecast operating earnings regularly veer into ‘fantasy’ land, according to a new analysis by quantitative investment firm Research Affiliates (RAFI), with reality set to disappoint again in 2023 as recessionary risks remain.
How institutional investors generate returns now needs to change, according to a position paper from the Future Fund, with the very foundations of Modern Portfolio Theory shaken by the events of 2020-22.
Institutional investors are mostly unaware of what’s dragging on their performance, according to analysis by Northern Trust Asset Management. Having too many managers with the same style is part of the problem.
Geopolitical tension has pushed aside cyber-worries and pandemic fears to take the top spot in the latest Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) poll of the global financial services industry.