Small hedge fund managers are feeling optimistic as launches surge and investors seek alternatives to the industry's biggest names
Nearly 200 hedge funds launched in the first quarter of 2021, according to Hedge Fund Research, the most since 2017.
Affirm, Klarna, and Afterpay are in the midst of a 'difficult moment' as big players like Apple and PayPal push into BNPL
Competition in buy now, pay later continues to grow, with new entrants like Apple and Barclays threatening to disrupt fintech's business.
JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley reported records in their units that lend to hedge funds as competitors bitten by Archegos pulled back.
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MarketAxess and Tradeweb are disrupting how bonds are traded, and it's forcing banks to upgrade their tech
Tradeweb and MarketAxess have become integral tools for sales and trading desks. Their growth has opened the door for newcomers to eat bankers' lunch.
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College dropout turned hedge fund manager Eric Khrom is up 47% this year. His latest investor letter lays out the drivers of his blockbuster performance.
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Private equity investment in Hollywood is booming. Meet 13 players who backed hits from 'Knives Out' to 'Mare of Easttown.'
Private equity investors are playing a bigger role in entertainment as showbiz recovers from pandemic shutdowns and production and deal-making rev up.
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Merrill Lynch's talent pipeline is showing early signs of getting back on track after months of uncertainty
Bank of America's wealth management unit is rolling out its new advisor training program. More existing trainees are opting in than Merrill expected.
Credit Suisse just rehired a specialty-finance dealmaker who's a double boomerang at the bank to rebuild its FIG team
David Stolzar, who had been at Credit Suisse for more than 15 years, is rejoining as Americas head of speciality finance, per a memo seen by Insider.
A top KKR human-resources exec broke down the steps in the hiring process for investing roles and how the pandemic changed its approach.
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Fifth Third Bank is embarking on a massive tech overhaul with FIS that's set to shake up the entire firm, according to a top exec
Fifth Third is partnering with FIS to revamp its core deposit and wealth management systems, migrating them to the cloud.
From financial crime to supply chains, JPMorgan's head of AI research outlined the 7 areas the bank is looking to apply the tech
Manuela Veloso leads JPMorgan's AI research. She outlined 7 focus areas her team of experts are looking to take on.
Apollo turned to Paul Weiss over and over again. The lucrative client stoked tensions at the law firm and opened it up to criticism about the close relationship, insiders say.
Paul Weiss earned hefty legal fees from its big private-equity client, Apollo Global Management. Insiders say it also changed the law firm's culture.
Robert Kuttner of The American Prospect says admin sources tell him "Biden is likely to name a new Fed chair." We should hope his sources are wrong.
Alternative asset managers have been assembling big distribution teams to reach small investors. Here's recent hires and who's in charge.
PE giants like Apollo and money managers like BlackRock are ramping up efforts to connect investors and alternative investments.
Kirkland & Ellis recruiting chairs and industry insiders lay out how to get hired at the top-ranking law firm
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Bank of America disclosed that users are turning to digital channels more frequently, even as adoption slows.
Vanguard acquired Just Invest, an asset management technology provider that lets industry players offer direct indexing.
Apple is planning to launch a buy now, pay later (BNPL) product, internally dubbed Apple Pay Later, with Goldman Sachs as the lending engine.
The emergence of digital distribution models for financial solutions has armed service providers with tools to offer their clients financial services.
BlackRock is joining other Wall Street firms in raising base pay for more junior employees with an 8% bump.
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Insider Intelligence assesses the business impact of forward-looking insurers implementing AI in their front, middle, and back offices.
Companies are borrowing less, and it's weighing on loan growth as the nation's biggest banks report earnings.
The average CEO made nearly 300 times the median employee pay last year, and that gap is only growing, a new AFL-CIO analysis finds
The average S&P 500 CEO made 299 times more money than the median employee in 2020, according to a new analysis from the AFL-CIO.
The Canadian banks offering the most desirable mobile features in 2021 are RBC, TD Canada, and BMO, according to Insider Intelligence.
The stakes are getting higher in United Development Funding's lawsuit against hedge funder Kyle Bass over his short-sale attack.
How SVB Leerink is luring top bankers with juicy pay and a big opportunity to build a new dealmaking powerhouse
SVB Leerink's pay guarantees and an uncapped bonus pool are are helping it lure senior investment bankers from firms like UBS, Citi, and Goldman.
Morgan Stanley's CEO wants employees back to the office by Labor Day, but the bank just told its newest crop of juniors they can head in as early as this month
New associates in investment-banking and global capital markets are eligible to head into the office as soon as July 27, Insider has learned.
Buy Now Pay Later Report: Market trends in the ecommerce financing, consumer credit, and BNPL industry
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Fintechs see a 'huge opportunity' in poaching talent from Wall Street firms sending employees back to the office
Big banks are calling workers back to the office, and fintechs offering flexible work are seizing an opportunity to recruit.
Two Sigma just snapped up a home-healthcare startup, and a partner laid out how it plans to use its quant background to grow the business
Circle of Care marks Two Sigma's third impact investment under a strategy that uses its quant roots to improve workers' satisfaction and productivity.
NBA team valuations are soaring and big investing firms are stepping in as even billionaires get priced out
Dyal HomeCourt bought a stake in NBA championship contender the Phoenix Suns. The investor plans to build a "diversified portfolio" of stakes.
Bank of America's top tech leader Cathy Bessant named a new right-hand exec to help oversee more than 95,000 employees
Sumeet Chabria, Bank of America's head of global business services, will now also serve as the bank's global tech and operations COO.
Insider spoke with 8 of the most powerful Black women in money management about microaggressions, mentors, and career triumphs
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Credit Suisse has lost more than 60 execs, bankers, and traders after a string of scandals. Here's who's out and where they're heading.
RBC Capital Markets hired away three tech bankers to join the firm in San Franscisco. Credit Suisse has seen exits following Archegos, Greensill.
Australian neobank Volt has snapped up alt-lending platform Australian Mortgage—previously known as Australian Mortgage Marketplace.
Proximity mobile payment usage growth is set to continue post-pandemic as providers build out suites of services to improve customer user experience.
The ultimate guide to US marijuana legalization: The key dates to know in each state, and which stocks could benefit the most
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Policygenius is eyeing a SPAC merger as it diversifies its product suite—yet another insurtech taking this route to enter the public markets.
The pay-hike frenzy at banks and asset managers is going into overdrive. Here's a running list of which firms have raised pay so far.
BlackRock told employees on Wednesday it is raising base pay for directors and below. Wall Street banks meanwhile have been raising comp for months.
China could be ready to launch the digital yuan in early 2022, and India is building a CBDC framework while also warming up to Bitcoin.
The asset-management giant told employees on Wednesday that it would raise base pay for directors and titles below that level, effective in September.