Market Changes: Platform Rationalization and Replacement Searches

The world has changed, and the investment management landscape has changed along with it. While the 2000s were spent by organizations building out extensive and diversified platforms of investment options, the 2010s have been spent unwinding them. Easiest to unwind is liquid and separately managed account structures, but private equity, venture and limited partnership investments… Read More


Our World Has Changed

Our World Has Changed

Technology and the globalization of our economy have together proven to be great equalizers in the field of marketing, creating efficiency and access that has largely leveled the playing field worldwide. This has created its own equal and opposite chaos in the realm of data overload and cyber risk, further complicated by the very fact… Read More


Who Are Institutional Buyers?

Who Are Institutional Buyers?

Institutions and institutional buyers can be defined as organizations with a structured research protocol and dedicated research resources. They are not solely separately managed account investors feeding major pension schemes; they include both global and regional organizations that provide product selection and oversight for a wide variety of institutional investors. Institutional investors include public pensions,… Read More