Will Hadfield runs the investing team for Risk.net, overseeing coverage of hedge funds, conventional asset managers and insurance companies. He previously covered market structure for Bloomberg News in London, both as a reporter and an editor. He studied History at the University of Durham and is a French speaker.
US institutions face a dilemma: go up a rating and lose yield or go down a rating and increase risk
NAIC rules make mezzanine debt more attractive than AAAs or corporate bonds with similar ratings
Asset managers that wait until 2025 will have to cut emissions by 14% a year to limit warming
Asset managers can wait until 2024 to disclose the carbon emitted by their investments
Risk Live: ‘Trust markets’ not regulators to move capital away from big carbon emitters, says LGIM
Asset managers need accurate data on carbon emissions, followed by targets to lower them
Swiss bank gave family office 10 times leverage, compared with four or five times at Goldman
Asset managers plan to vote against boards of companies that lack a climate strategy
New system will name the three cheapest dealers for liquid securities and show how much they cost
Regulated funds may suck away demand for Grayscale’s off-exchange investment trusts
Grayscale Bitcoin Trust moved from trading at an average premium of 36.5% to an 11.6% discount
The second-biggest custodian will provide “record-keeping services” for the unregulated asset
Big investors, including BlackRock, are using new metrics to measure their funds’ carbon emissions
FCA gives London dark pools an edge over EU rivals, but will fund managers use it?