Summary List Placement Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I''m Dan DeFrancesco, and here''s what''s on the agenda today: BlackRock is the latest Wall Street firm to bump base comp for its younger talent. Bank of America''s top tech executive named a new right-hand man . The 16 people leading money managers push into alternative investments . Insider.com update: Newsletters are now coming from our new domain, @ insider.com . Also, a friendly reminder to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book. If you''re not yet a subscriber, you can sign up here to get your daily dose of the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals. Like the newsletter? Hate the newsletter? Feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com or on Twitter @DanDeFrancesco . Money managers from Apollo to BlackRock are scrambling to capitalize on investors'' demand for private markets. Here are 16 people leading that push. These are the key leaders pushing asset-management firms to ramp up alternative-investment distribution efforts.
The asset manager had strong outperformance, particularly in its fixed-income funds.
Summary List Placement Despite two financial crises and a once-in-a-century pandemic, global wealth surged to $418.3 trillion at the end of 2020 from $117.9 trillion in 2000, per Credit Suisse . Whether they''re rags-to-riches entrepreneurs or old-money heirs, many of the wealthy have created their own family offices to oversee their assets. Citi estimates that as many as 15,000 family offices have been created in the past two decades alone. These offices vary in size and purpose, from hedge-fund-esque vehicles with chief investment officers and hundreds of employees to small operations with a few employees who handle bill pay and outsource services like wealth management. It''s pricier than going to multifamily offices even billionaires balk at paying a CEO $500,000 but for some, it''s worth it to have complete control and confidentiality. Insider spoke with more than a dozen family-office professionals to find out who the wealthy go to when deciding to set up their own shops. Whether they''re lawyers or wealth managers, here are 21 must-know family-office experts.
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LONDON, July 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- FinecoBank today announces that funds from AllianceBernstein (AB) are now available on its investing platform. AB provides industry-leading research and invest…
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(PLX AI) Hexagon to acquire Infor''s EAM business and form a broader strategic relationship with Infor and Koch.Purchase price $ 2.75 billionHexagon AB will pay $800 million in cash and issue 132.6M series B shares to KochAfter the completion of
Three major European truck manufacturers - Daimler Trucks, AB Volvo and Traton - said on Monday they plan to form a joint venture (JV) to develop an electric battery-charging network for long-haul trucks and buses.
The truck manufacturing units of three major European companies Daimler Trucks, AB Volvo and Traton said Monday they plan to team up to form a joint venture (JV) to develop an
In the second part of this risk technology, data strategy and innovation audiocast series sponsored by FactSet, Zoi Fletcher talks to Andrew Chin, chief risk officer at AllianceBernstein, and Sean Deutsch, director of risk strategy at FactSet, about how data and risk strategies have evolved as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic
Summary List Placement The financial-services industry has a reputation for lacking diversity that it''s trying to improve. Following the death of George Floyd last summer and subsequent global protests, financial-services companies, like many of their corporate peers, launched initiatives to diversify their workforces and pledged support to underrepresented communities. A year later, firms from asset managers to private-equity investors are still racing to show they''re serious about broadening opportunities for minorities and women seeking to work in the financial-services industry. Insider spoke with the people behind three organizations helping drive change at some of the biggest companies in the industry, from private-equity megafunds such as Apollo and Ares to banking powerhouses such as Credit Suisse and Wells Fargo. Together, these groups are deploying millions of dollars to hire tens of thousands of diverse students into finance roles. Here''s how they''ve grown over the past year and what their plans are for changing the face of finance.
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Daimler AGs FUSO Super Great truck is pictured at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo/File Photo FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Three major European truck manufacturers Daimler (OTC:) Trucks, AB Volvo and Traton said on Monday they plan to form a joint venture (JV)
Daimler Trucks, AB Volvo and Traton, which are normally competitors, will invest 500 million euros ($593.20 million) in the venture that they will own equally and that will start operations in 2022
MEDICINE HAT, AB - BMX riders are back on track.Local athletes made their way back on the Hat''s course after more than a year of not being able to tra
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