The highly politicized environment in which many institutional limited partners, including pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, university endowments, and foundations operate means they have to be attentive to headline risk created by investment managers or the portfolio companies or assets they invest in.


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Post | June 21, 2017
Food and Water Watch Demands that Ares Divest from Pilgrim Pipelines at Morgan Stanley Financials Conference

Post | April 19, 2017
Ares-backed Pilgrim Pipelines vs. the Ramapough Lenape Nation

Post | March 23, 2017
After calls for a federal review of the sale of the Westin Long Beach hotel, will AEW ensure the transaction does not pose national security risks?

Report | February 27, 2017
Private Equity’s Irish Adventure: Has Tax Avoidance Put Limited Partners Outside Their Comfort Zone?

Post | February 20, 2017
Oaktree homeowner eviction – Joann Rodriguez

Post | February 20, 2017
Oaktree’s mortgage servicer moves to evict two homeowners who spoke out against its mortgage practices

Post | December 2, 2016
UNITE HERE and Food & Water Watch deliver letter asking Ares and its investors to stop funding the Pilgrim Pipelines

Report | November 16, 2016
Will Oaktree run afoul of HUD requirements on distressed Baltimore mortgages?

Post | October 14, 2016
UNITE HERE hosts discussion on risks of alternative managers like Ares Management at Council of Institutional Investors Fall Conference

Post | September 28, 2016
Community and environmental advocates call on Ares Management to stop funding destructive Pilgrim Pipeline

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