Why Your Ass(ets) Is Still Single (Digits) Nov7

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A few weeks ago, I put out the call on Twitter that I wanted to write an investment manager agony column. Of course, in the deluge of Mad King tweets that seem govern both foreign and domestic affairs of late, that call went largely unnoticed. I was beginning to agonize over the general lack of agony when I heard a primal scream from the darkness – otherwise known as a Twitter DM

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Responsible Investing Rapidly Becoming Critical to Institutional Investors, According to New Aon Survey Oct4

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According to Aon’s survey of nearly 230 investment professionals globally, 85 percent report responsible investing is at least somewhat important to their organization, up from 68 percent in its 2018 survey. This growth occurred across all geographic regions and institutional investor types, which include corporate pensions, public pensions, endowments and foundations, and defined contribution plans

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Lies, Damn Lies and Conferences Jul23

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I probably attend approximately 30 investment industry conferences each year. That’s right, I eat roughly 60 rubbery chicken or salmon lunches, have an estimated 120 glasses of overly oak-y chardonnay, and listen to more than 200 panel discussions and fireside chats annually. Sure, I get to do these things in some pretty fabulous locations, from Malibu to South Beach to Manhattan, but I mostly see them all through the double-paned glass of hotel rooms and the pallor-enhancing lights of conference ballrooms

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