Assets Continued to Leave Majority of Hedge Funds in August
(3 min read) Investors removed an estimated net $11.66 billion from hedge funds in August. Performance accounted for almost no change in overall asset levels. The result of both factors was a $10.59 billion decline in assets to an estimated $3.491 trillion.
Public Pension Appetite for Private Equity, Alternatives Allocations at Inflection Amid Macroeconomic Fluctuations
(2 min read) An analysis of U.S. public pension plans through the end of 2021 revealed meaningful differences in allocations against targets across private alternatives and fixed income asset classes, according to findings from the newly published Nasdaq eVestment Asset Allocation Report.
Asia Risk: The Rock-Solid Case for Database Marketing
(4 min read) Well-executed database marketing strategies are an effective way to grow a firm’s presence in the market and a proven method for increasing brand recognition and product offerings. The ability to grow brand awareness is a compelling argument for database marketing
Widespread Redemptions for Hedge Funds to End Q2
(3 min read) June was also a very difficult month for performance across capital markets, but hedge funds generally performed well. The largest funds tended to outperform their peers during the month, which may support fund raising for the remainder of the year, especially in the managed futures and multi-strategy segment where those funds have dominated capital raising in 2022.
New White Paper Explores Trends and Solutions in the ESG Space
(2 min read) A once niche adoption, ESG industry integration has evolved into an all-encompassing transformation with ESG considerations working their way into almost every operational facet. Learn how Nasdaq is at the forefront of these initiatives, delivering the platforms, solutions and oversight companies need to mitigate risk and create value in the ESG landscape.