Big changes are afoot at Brinker Capital. Gatekeepers Jeff Raupp and Amy Magnotta tell Alex Steger all about their new funds, finding top talent and a trip to a dude ranch.
We showcase a lesser-known manager from a smaller shop running a unique or impressive strategy. Erik Herzfeld explains how he seeks out underpriced closed-end funds.
Coming to a conclusion without possession of all the facts didn’t work for British detective Sherlock Holmes and it doesn’t work for SEI's Stephen Beinhacker. The managing director explains to Alex Steger why it’s hypothesis first, numbers second.
Discretionary portfolio shop Brinker Capital has picked 23 asset managers to subadvise its newly launched range of mutual funds.
While Pimco’s now-resolved court battle with Bill gross has stolen headlines, Dan Ivascyn’s focus has been on maintaining the stellar performance of his giant Pimco Income fund.
Despite their good cop, bad cop act, Alex Steger finds BNY Mellon’s manager research co-heads Seyi Bucknor and Moustapha Abounadi have the same vision when it comes to picking the best active managers.
Pimco's efforts to expand its alternative business continues with the appointment of a former Blackstone partner to head up private strategies.
(Update: names departing managers). World's largest asset manager unveils plans to shift active equity funds away from some human stock pickers in favor of a quantitative approach.
Pimco and Bill Gross have ended their long-running legal battle.
Precious metal funds enjoyed a spectacular resurgence last year, after five years spent firmly out of favor. But the bullishness surrounding the Trump presidency threatens to derail this.