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Institutional Investors Wary of Passivity

Mar 1st, 2018 | Filed under: Newly Added, Alpha & Beta, Institutional Asset Management, SRI and Clean Energy, Allocating to A.I., Other Topics in A.I.

Natixis’ Center for Investor Insight surveyed 500 institutional investors in the fall of 2017 about long-term objectives, short-term opportunities, and the concomitant pressures. In a new paper, Natixis discusses the Center’s take-a-ways from this survey Geopolitical events are the most worrisome prospect on the minds of the decision makers atRead More


McKinsey: Historically Anomalous Period Nears an End

Nov 6th, 2016 | Filed under: Newly Added, Infrastructure, The A.I. Industry, Operationally Intensive Real Assets, Alternative Investments in Context, Real Assets

McKinsey & Co. has posted a new report assessing the state and the future of the North American asset management industry, encompassing both active and passive managers and looking at five mega-trends. Skipping to the chase, the trends are these: The end of an anomalous eta of “exceptional investment returns.”Read More


Active vs. Passive Money Management

Apr 11th, 2016 | Filed under: Newly Added, Retail Investing, High-net-worth investors, Institutional Asset Management, Allocating to A.I., Other Topics in A.I.

By Baird’s Asset Manager Research Exploring the costs and benefits of two alternative investment approaches Synopsis Proponents of active and passive investment management styles have made exhaustive and valid arguments for and against both approaches. Each has its merits and inherent drawbacks, and this paper will not endorse one styleRead More