CQS looking to grow U.S. presence under new CEO Rolet

CQS, the London-based global multi-strategy credit-focused asset management firm with $17.7 billion in assets, is looking to grow its presence in the United States, Xavier Rolet, who took over the…

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Out of the shadows: Australia’s finance regulator told to be more ‘forceful’

Australia's prudential regulator should become less "discreet"

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Investors trim cash, buy stocks on dovish Fed, trade truce: BAML poll

Fund managers have trimmed cash holdings and added risk to their portfolios following the U.S. Federal Reserve's dovish pivot and after Beijing and Washington agreed a temporary truce to their…

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Burgeoning family offices manage $5.9 trillion: Campden

The number of family offices — companies that manage portfolios for individual families — has risen by 38% over the past two years worldwide, advisory group Campden Wealth said, with the firms…

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Key Words: Trump is ‘a racist president,’ George Conway says

“But Sunday left no doubt. Naivete, resentment and outright racism, roiled in a toxic mix, have given us a racist president.”

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Asia Markets: Asian markets little changed as investors await earnings reports

Asian shares were little changed and mixed in quiet trading Tuesday amid a lack of fresh market-moving news as investors looked ahead to earnings season and Wall Street again closed at record highs.

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The Wall Street Journal: Prologis buying Industrial Property Trust, a rival REIT, in $3.9 billion deal

Prologis Inc. has agreed to buy real-estate investment trust and warehouse owner Industrial Property Trust in a deal valued at $3.99 billion including debt, the company said Monday.

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The New York Post: Democratic congresswomen fire back at Trump

The four freshman congresswomen targeted by President Donald Trump in a series of tweets and comments saying they should leave the country if they don’t like it retaliated Monday by decrying the commander-in-chief’s hardline border policies and history of racial controversies.

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Key Words: Disney heiress ‘livid’ after going to one of her family’s theme parks undercover

Abigail Disney said distressed workers told her about “foraging for food in other people’s garbage.”

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The Wall Street Journal: L Brands CEO Les Wexner claims he was unaware of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged criminal behavior

L Brands Inc. founder and longtime Chief Executive Leslie Wexner said he wasn’t aware of his former money manager Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged criminal behavior, breaking his silence on the matter to say that his “heart goes out to each and every person who has been hurt.”

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