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Issue Date: Monday, July 10, 2017

News

It's live: Oregon launches plan for private sector

It's live: Oregon launches plan for private sector

Officials in several states are watching closely as Oregon launches the first program of its kind.

Strong returns nice, but aren't expected to​ last

Strong returns nice, but aren't expected to​ last

Many institutional investors will be seeing returns in the low-double-digit range for the latest fiscal year, a welcoming reprieve from the previous two years.

Dip in volatility stirs warnings about too much complacency

Dip in volatility stirs warnings about too much complacency

Money managers disagree on whether investors and markets are complacent, but they agree that external factors are feeding into the lower levels of the VIX.

European managers could see surprise over benchmarks

European managers could see surprise over benchmarks

Incoming benchmarks regulation in Europe could leave investors with fewer indexes to choose from.

Mitchem looks ahead after hectic beginning

Mitchem looks ahead after hectic beginning

Kristi Mitchem's first year as head of Wells Fargo Asset Management included an acquisition, consolidation and dealing with a scandal's fallout.

Investors, tenants demanding that managers go green

Investors, tenants demanding that managers go green

Investors and tenants are pushing real estate managers to make their properties more environmentally sustainable.

Keeping it simple is key lesson for encouraging retirement savings, experts say

Keeping it simple is key lesson for encouraging retirement savings, experts say

Making retirement readiness and financial literacy information simple is hard.

T. Rowe Price sees benefits of high-frequency trading

T. Rowe Price sees benefits of high-frequency trading

T. Rowe Price's program to send equity trade order flow to high-frequency trading firm Virtu Financial has been a success, and others are expected to follow suit.

OMAM changing gears after surprise departure of CEO

OMAM changing gears after surprise departure of CEO

Peter L. Bain leaving OM Asset Management as CEO surprised many, although slow growth and high costs may have led to the leadership shakeup.

Northstar makes an impact on society, too

Northstar makes an impact on society, too

Northstar Commercial Partners has interests that extend beyond environmental concerns, to investments that will have a positive social impact.

Money managers question if trend to passive investment is lowering volatility

Money managers question if trend to passive investment is lowering volatility

Some question whether passive investing is dampening volatility.

State initiatives set to transform retirement savings landscape

State initiatives set to transform retirement savings landscape

Nine states are changing how private-sector workers without access to an employer-sponsored plan can save for retirement.

Special Report

Global future of retirement 2017

Global future of retirement 2017

Money managers, pension fund executives, corporate leaders and other experts share insights and expertise about the challenges facing the retirement industry worldwide, at P&I's annual Global Future of Retirement conference.

Frontlines

Editorial

New reality of retirement income

New reality of retirement income

The world of work is changing, and many aspects of the provision of retirement income must change with it.

Seeing the good in fiduciary suits

Seeing the good in fiduciary suits

The prospects of lawsuits might be troubling to plan executives who are fiduciaries, but they have served two useful purposes.

Other Views

Snap Inc. puts shareholder rights at risk<br/>

Snap Inc. puts shareholder rights at risk

We must all work together to protect the basic principles of shareholder rights and the ability to promote long-term value creation. Without these principles, the future of public companies and their investors is at risk.

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