The policies, practices, and decisions of institutional investment managers worldwide affect the economic health of not only the institutions themselves, but of countless individual clients as well. Overall, this area of finance has great impact on the capital markets. Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, Institutional Money Management is an important basis of knowledge regarding both the theory and practice of this ever-evolving area of finance.
Part of the Robert W. Kolb Series in Finance, this book on institutional investment management showcases contributed chapters from professional and academic experts in banking, insurance companies, mutual funds, pension funds, and endowments. It brings together luminaries such as Martin Leibowitz, Steven Schoenfeld, Jonathan Stokes, and Don Chance, among many others. Along the way, issues covered included everything from the role of institutional investors within the financial system and the structures that have emerged and evolved to industry standards of ethical practice and investment performance presentation.
- Provides a detailed examination of the objectives, constraints, methods, and stakeholders for the dominant types of institutional investors
- Focuses on the portfolio management strategies and techniques used by institutional investors
- Contains contributed chapters from numerous thought-leaders in the field of finance
The practice of institutional investment management presents a diverse set of challenges. But with this book as your guide, you'll gain a better understanding of how you can overcome these challenges and manage your portfolio more effectively.
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