Active managers recognize the importance of benchmark data to their business, but asset management executives think they can and should be deriving even more value.
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In a clear sign of the times, European institutional investors say they are twice as likely to hire a new asset manager in private equity as in public European equities in the coming year.
Asian institutional assets, which traditionally have been concentrated in the portfolios of a relative handful of behemoths, are spreading to a broader universe of institutions.
German institutional investors face the same challenges as those affecting their peers throughout Europe—but more extreme.
The FX industry is no stranger to mergers and acquistions. Since 2006, there have been 11 major transactions, with the pace only accelerating.
Institutional allocations to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) rapidly grew last year, driven in large part by investors repositioning their portfolios in the face of an increasingly volatile and fast-changing market environment and the continued shift...
Investments in ETFs by U.S. Institutions increased significantly in 2018, with average allocations jumping to nearly 25% of total assets, up from almost 19% in 2017.
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