Editorial

Measuring the value of financial wellness can be tricky

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PRINT

The worth of financial wellness programs is hard for employers to gauge but the benefit to workers may be immeasurable.
Commit to better pension funding

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

Elected officials must resist pressure to increase pension benefits after short-term investment gains.
Fiduciaries must stay aware of fees

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

The spate of recent fee reductions by investment firms could cause difficulties for defined contribution plan fiduciaries.
Keeping vigilant eye is top priority

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

Defined contribution plans aren't without flaws, but as more countries adopt them, the kinks are slowly being worked out.
It's not just risk, it's liquidity, too

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

Asset owners and money managers are not dealing with risk, so much as uncertainty. Uncertainty is much more difficult to deal with.
The very real horror of another global financial crisis

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OPINION

Ten years after the global financial crisis, trends suggest markets may be careening toward the next crisis.
Target-date funds deserve 5 stars

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EDITORIAL

There's room for improvement among target-date strategies, but they do get people on the way to saving for retirement.
Employers have to give more

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

Companies should continue to boost matching contributions to 401(k) and other plans to help employees better prepare for retirement.
Free lunch leading to indigestion?

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

Ongoing consolidation in many aspects of institutional investment management is leaving many investors wondering what to think.
Cannabis opportunities merit frank talk

EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

It won't be long before investors, including public pension funds, will have ample opportunities to invest in the cannabis industry.