P&I: "Hedge funds continue to make up the largest percentage of investors' allocation to alternatives, but they are quickly giving up market share," said Greenwich Associates.
Financial Times: "Investors in small and mid-cap stocks benefited from having fewer analysts poring over the financial data of such companies compared with larger-cap stocks, which opened up more opportunities to outperform."
Traders: A new Greenwich Report represents the most comprehensive study of algo key performance indicators (KPIs) to date and helps traders optimize algo performance by identifying and analyzing the most important components of execution...
MarketsMedia: About 6% of buy-side technology spend was directed to EMSs in 2018, double the previous year’s allocation, according to Greenwich Associates.
Business Insider: Liquid alternative exchange-traded funds, which look to mimic the strategies of hedge funds with less leverage, are seen nearly tripling in assets over the next 12 months, according to Greenwich Associates.
Traders: Greenwich Associates projects that, over the next 12 months, institutional investment in liquid alt ETFs will climb to approximately $114 billion—roughly 2.5 times current allocations.
S&P Global: Low default rates contribute to a consistent return profile, according to Greenwich Associates, which found that even during the worst of the financial crisis, the asset class did not post a single month of negative returns.
Investment News: Demand for regtech at financial firms is large and set to grow, according to new research from Greenwich Associates.