Laurence Fink

BlackRock has a green vision but can it really deliver?

The world's largest asset manager has a team of just 47 to try to persuade wholesale change among corporates

CEOs rejecting investor-centric model

Leaders at some of the world’s largest companies said they plan to abandon the long-held view that shareholders’ interests should come first

BlackRock makes US$1.3-billion wager to step up analytics

The platform acquisition will strengthen two key pillars of the asset manager’s growth

Asset manager doesn’t want ETF fees right away

A fee war of epic proportions is roiling ETFs

ETF benchmark giants could be sideswiped in race to bottom

Passive ETF providers looking to save money are saying goodbye to dominant index-makers

Leading asset manager agrees megadeal

The world’s biggest asset manager agreed to buy two funds that oversee $3.7 billion in capital