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Jun 21st, 2020 | Filed under: Newly Added, Alternative data, Institutional Investing, Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Alternative Investments in Context, ESG, Endowments & Foundations, Climate change, Institutional Asset Management, Machine Learning, Other Topics in A.I.

By Ashby Monk, Executive and Research Director at Global Projects Center, Stanford University & Dane Rook, Research Engineer at Global Projects Center, Stanford University “The world needs institutional investors to save society as we know it.” Say these words to your mother, and she may check your temperature; say them at aRead More

Public to Private LBOs and Innovation

May 21st, 2019 | Filed under: Private Equity, Debt Types of Private Equity, Newly Added, Regulatory Environment, Equity Types of Private Equity, Other Issues in Private Investments, The A.I. Industry, Private Investments

A new study considers the proposition that indebtedness can reduce innovation. It offers support for the view that indebtedness in a particular context reduces patent flow. But whether patent flow should be considered a good surrogate for innovation remains open to question. An argument that has long been aimed atRead More

Urgent vs. Important: Barriers to Digitization in Alternative Investing

Feb 15th, 2018 | Filed under: Alpha & Beta, Newly Added, Operations, Risk Management & Operations, Allocating to A.I.

KPMG International and CREATE-Research have jointly prepared a report about the digitization imperative for alternative investment management. The report includes within that term both hedge funds and private equity. Early on, its authors list eight key digital innovations that are reconstructing the industry: Application programming interfaces; cognitive technology and machineRead More

Firms of the Near Future: Process and Product Innovators

Jan 21st, 2018 | Filed under: Newly Added, Alternative Investments in Context, The A.I. Industry

Last summer the Boston Consulting Group put out a report on the global asset management industry, called “The Innovator’s Advantage.” The title was an allusion to a landmark 1997 book by Clayton Christensen, The Innovator’s Dilemma, which in turn was a forceful restatement of some old Schumpeterian ideas about theRead More

Advice to Hedge Fund Managers on Attracting, Retaining Investors

Nov 19th, 2017 | Filed under: Hedge Fund Industry Trends, Newly Added, Institutional Investing, Institutional Asset Management, Fees, Hedge Funds, Structure of the Hedge Funds Industry

Ernst & Young has released a new survey on how hedge fund managers may “embrace innovation to illuminate competitive advantages,” that is, to attract and retain investors and their assets. Manager may need such advice, because the investors surveyed said they are more likely to decrease allocations to hedge fundsRead More