from Global Investing:

The people buying emerging markets

July 23, 2014

We've written (most recently here) about all the buying interest that emerging markets have been getting from once-conservative investors such as pension funds and central banks. Last year's taper tantrum, caused by Fed hints about ending bond buying, did not apparently deter these investors . In fact, as mom-and-pop holders of mutual funds rushed for the exits,  there is some evidence pension and sovereign  wealth  funds actually upped emerging allocations, say fund managers. And requests-for-proposals (RFPs) from these deep-pocketed investors are still flooding in,  says Peter Marber, head of emerging market investments at Loomis Sayles.

from Financial Regulatory Forum:

DAVOS-Capital inflows rebound to emerging markets – IIF

January 26, 2010

By Sven Egenter

ZURICH, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Private capital inflows to emerging markets are set to soar by two thirds this year as countries like Brazil and China drive global recovery and fuel "hot money" risks, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) said on Tuesday.

from MacroScope:

Trust us, we’re the bank

October 12, 2008

Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Institute of International Finance and the head of Deutsche Bank, says he's confident leaders from around the world will take needed steps to bringing normality to the world's struggling financial system.

from MacroScope:

Shifting tides of confidence

October 12, 2008

Charles Dallara, managing director of the Institute of International Finance (IIF), a global association of financial firms, says the United States has larger worries than a weak U.S. dollar.

from MacroScope:

Bankers, bailouts and laughs

October 12, 2008

Stocks are tumbling around the world and Mainstreet is feeling the crunch, but at the Institute of International Finance (IIF) luncheon it was hard to see the dark side past the luxurious chocolate mousse cake and keynote comedy.