In this webcast edition of Staying Connected, the BBH alternative fund experts share their insights into how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting asset managers and asset owners of alternative funds.
TALF, a market intervention program deployed during the 2008 financial crisis to keep loans flowing to businesses, was recently revived by the Fed. Opportunity abounds for credit managers, but only for a limited time.
New legislation, which expands on one existing law and introduces another, aims to solidify the Cayman Islands as a leading domicile for global investment funds by aligning its investment fund regulatory regime with other jurisdictions.
Private assets automation is still in its earliest stages, but change is on the way. BBH’s Chris McChesney spoke with Buyouts Magazine to explain the digitization journey of private market participants.
The third-country passport provision in AIFMD showed promise for non-EU AIFMs looking to distribute and market their funds within the EU. But the European Commission’s plans to nix the provision has some managers looking for other options.
For the world's largest institutional asset owners, even relatively small shifts in their asset allocation models have an outsized impact on the investment industry. Here’s a look at who makes up those asset owners.
For the world's largest institutional asset owners, even relatively small shifts in their asset allocation models have an outsized impact on the investment industry. Here, we look at key alternative asset classes and how large investors are ...
What does 2019 have in store for alternatives? Here are five themes to follow this year: