In “Top 25 Hotel Markets: Room for More Growth Remains”, Abhishek Jain discusses factors that have contributed to the robust performance in many markets, underperformance in others, and whether the recovery in the sector may have more room for growth given the current economic climate.
New investments in infrastructure by private asset managers are changing the way the world plans and finances its cities, power systems, and transportation links. This article from strategy+business discusses how these infrastructure investments are the latest trend in investing.
In this recorded webcast we discuss various aspects of the new standard, including the current expected credit loss model (CECL), and new guidance on debt investments, purchased credit-impaired assets, troubled debt restructurings, and beneficial interests.
The global ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) industry continues to experience rapid change, presenting both opportunities and challenges.
The Q2 2016 continued the trend of a slowdown in US Banking & Capital Markets deals. Deal volumes decreased as well as deal values. Read our full report to learn more.
No company is safe from hedge fund activism. Activists have massive assets under management, and they target companies of all sizes, in all industries. What can you do to get ahead of an activist situation?
Five key points from the SEC's business continuity plan proposed rule for investment advisers.
The Consolidated Audit Trail database will track all equities and options traded in the US.
As capital markets evolve, investment banks are rethinking their client-facing platform strategies.
PwC and CBRE surveyed executives from organizations’ accounting, finance and real estate functions about actions they are considering to prepare for the new standards. Key findings from the survey, summarized here, reveal the challenges ahead and steps companies are taking now.