Capabilities

Providing mission critical business intelligence

Pageant’s portfolio of global business information products and services are built on the company’s deep expertise. Whether it is in asset allocation and fund-raising or operational excellence, our customers can rely on our expert knowledge and know-how to make informed business decisions.

People rely on us for the knowledge and expertise we provide

Data and analytics

Critical data for asset allocation and fund-raising

With details of more than 20,000 institutional investor profiles and 80,000 institutional investor mandates, Pageant’s asset management database enables users to pull together a highly granular picture of the global asset management industry

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Insight and analysis

Actionable content enriched with proprietary data

Our teams of experienced journalists and analysts provide asset management professionals with vital and actionable intelligence for all parts of the industry, operating through a series of asset class specific products.

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Networking events

Putting buyers and sellers together to meet and do business

Pageant’s three annual institutional investor conferences are the must-attend events in the calendar, attracting US investors with over $5tn of investable assets together with the leaders of the US asset management industry to meet, learn and build business relationships.

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Performance benchmarking

Definitive global source of hedge fund performance

Fund performance data is critical to all asset allocation decisions, and through HFM, we provide the definitive source of performance on hedge funds globally. And now we are applying that expertise to produce performance data for funds operating across the private investment markets.

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Thought leadership

High-quality, thought-leading, actionable research

Subscribers to Portfolio Management Research (PMR) have access to an online portal of 10,000 original thought-leadership investment management articles from leading industry figures, going back to the first edition of The Journal of Portfolio Management in 1974.

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