eVestment Institutional Insights
eVestment Institutional Intelligence Reports: Q1 2022
Released June 2022
eVestment’s unique position as a data-driven source of intelligence serving institutional asset managers, investors and their consultants globally provides us the ability to produce a holistic view of the themes, trends and trend shifts impacting asset managers around the world.
Institutional Trends Quarterly Webcast
Aired May 2022
Russ Elliott, Head of Asset Management Market Intelligence for Nasdaq eVestment; Brad Long, Partner and Deputy CIO at Fiducient Advisors; and Michele Shauf, Head of Client Experience Strategy, Investment Intelligence at Nasdaq, talk through the latest trends in global asset movement and investor viewership, highlight the risks and opportunities facing managers and dive into ESG-focused strategies.
Emerging Manager Monitor: Q1 2022
Released May 2022
Emerging managers face numerous unique obstacles to successful fundraising. Data-driven resourcing and outreach can help managers allocate their limited time and capital more effectively and find the opportunities which best fit their strategy. eVestment, as a key source of intelligence serving asset managers, investors, and consultants, allows emerging managers and those who allocate to them to dissect trends and surface relevant opportunities.
Brand Awareness Rankings: Q1 2022
Released April 2022
Brand awareness is an important factor in the growth and long-term success of asset managers seeking to raise institutional assets. In this report, we rank the top asset management firms by brand awareness scores for the quarter across multiple global, regional and asset class categories.
The Impact of Paris Aligned Benchmarks
Aired April 2022
In this webinar, Paris Aligned Benchmarks co-inventor Professor Andreas Hoepner joins Sharmila Kassam, Head of Nasdaq Asset Owner Solutions to discuss what the PABs are, and how they are changing the investment approach of institutional investors.
Institutional Management: Fees in Focus
Released April 2022
This new report uses the management fee data reported to eVestment to explore the current landscape of separate account fees and the differences between the actual fees paid by public plan investors and the managers’ stated fees.
Beyond Capital was held February 23 where attendees learned how investors are analyzing emerging managers and hedge funds, and incorporating ESG, D&I and ODD data into their due diligence process. Replays from this event’s panel sessions are now available on-demand.
Two-Part Webcast Series
Consultant Relations Best Practices
Part 1 of this best-practices series looks at current data on the institutional landscape and why understanding the consultant perspective is essential for winning and retaining assets in the space. Part 2 looks at current research into consultant meetings – when they are most productive and topics most likely to come up.
The Institutional D&I Summit
The Institutional D&I Summit was held in October 2021 as a partnership between the Institutional Investing Diversity Cooperative (IIDC) and eVestment. Recordings from the event are now available for you to listen on-demand to hear top consultants share their perspectives on diversity.
Best Practices Webinar
Power Positioning for Value Managers
Institutional investors know value investing will be out of favor in certain market cycles. What matters most to them is that value managers stay true to their stated investment philosophy rather than chasing returns – and they use specific data to assess manager discipline. This best practices webinar with a former Investment Officer at the NYC Comptroller’s Office will illustrate proof points for your narrative about discipline and focus.
U.S. Public Plan Asset Allocation Report
Released June 2021
Asset allocation information affords public funds the opportunity to benchmark their strategic targets against their peers and review potential landscape shifts around various asset classes. For asset managers, asset allocation data can illuminate areas of demand for specific strategies and show whether or not a product market may be approaching saturation – what we like to think are early signals for activity.
Risk Planning for the Next Market Crisis
Market shocks can be fast, confusing and brutal. Attempting to react to them in real-time often results in suboptimal investment decisions. That’s where risk scenario planning is essential. In this analysis, we use the Solovis Risk Analytics application to simulate the impact of a market shock on a hypothetical public-plan portfolio and model the impact that an uptick in corporate bankruptcies might have on our portfolio.