CalPERS officials have sent a letter of concern on a bill that would require pension plans to disclose their liabilities based on Treasury rates.
Marten Lindeborg, chief investment officer and deputy CEO of AP3, Stockholm, died following a short illness.
Stocks sold off worldwide Friday, as U.S. equities erased what would've been a sixth weekly gain as Turkey's economic crisis deepened.
Teradyne purchased a group annuity contract from an insurance company to transfer about $151 million in pension plan liabilities.
GAM Investments is liquidating a number of absolute-return bond funds more than a week after the business unit head for absolute return strategies was suspended.
Eight companies agreed to disclose information on how they identify, and will eliminate, gender discrimination in pay.
Most head traders at money management firms think active and passive equity investments both will be part of institutional portfolios.
The U.K. PLSA endorsed decumulation pathways that will allow DC participants to draw down assets without financial advice.
Canada Pension Plan returned a nominal 1.8% net of fees in the quarter ended June 30, helping to increase its assets to C$366.6 billion.
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance is weighing a sale of OppenheimerFunds, which could fetch at least $5 billion.
Rob Arnott, founder of smart beta manager Research Affiliates, is relinquishing his CEO duties but remains chairman of the firm.
Nickol Hackett, executive director and chief investment officer of two Cook County, Ill., retirement funds, plans to step down.
A former senior economist at the Federal Reserve suggests that the world's largest pension fund should step out of its comfort zone.
Kevin Campbell, managing director, private markets, and Eric Wilcomes, director, portfolio manager at DuPont Capital Management have left the firm.
The Treasury Department proposed regulations that detail which companies are eligible to receive a 20% tax deduction as pass-through entities.