SOURCE: Institutional Investor
January 13, 2010 11:50 ET
AR Magazine Integrates Alternative Investment News
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - January 13, 2010) - AR today announced that it will integrate
Alternative Investment News (AIN), a publication of Institutional Investor
that offers breaking news and analysis of alternative investments.
AIN will bolster AR's online presence, enhancing its offering of news,
commentary, profiles, strategic analysis, and research and rankings,
offered to subscribers at www.absolutereturn-alpha.com and in print. The
move cements AR's position as the world's leading information source on
The integration will be completed post February 1 when AIN will no longer
appear as a stand-alone publication.
"This is a logical move with substantial synergies," said Michelle
Celarier, the editor of AR. "AIN will solidify our role as the most
prominent hedge fund information provider in the industry."
In September 2009, Institutional Investor's Alpha magazine and Absolute
Return magazine, published by HedgeFund Intelligence, came together to
launch AR, a new magazine and online service covering the global hedge fund
Note for editors:
Institutional Investor publishes Institutional Investor magazine, which was
founded in 1967 to inform, instruct and entertain members of the financial
community through identifying and examining the individuals and
institutions that wield power and influence in the world.
HedgeFund Intelligence is the world's leading information source on hedge
funds and those investing in hedge funds including fund of funds. It
publishes performance data on more than 10,000 hedge funds and fund of
funds around the globe, and its titles cover the U.S., European and Asian
Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC is listed on the London Stock Exchange
and a member of the FTSE-250 share index. It is a leading international
business-to-business media group focused primarily on the international
finance, metals and commodities sectors. It publishes more than 70
magazines, newsletters and journals, including Euromoney, Institutional
Investor, and Metal Bulletin. It also runs an extensive portfolio of
conferences, seminars and training courses and is a leading provider of
electronic information and data covering international finance, metals and
emerging markets. Its main offices are in London, New York, Montreal and
Hong Kong, and nearly half its revenues are derived from emerging markets.
For further information:
Editorial - Michelle Celarier - (212) 224-3021
Advertising - Christine Cavolina - (212) 224-3319 email@example.com