Alternative money managers are factoring in an economic downturn — in as few as three years — into investment decisions.
CalSTRS is considering its own activist investment program to improve management, profitability and stock prices of selected companies.
Fewer clients, a low-return environment and increased regulatory costs are creating an increasingly challenging environment for mid-sized asset managers.
The IRS hopes to finalize new mortality tables by 2018. If it stays on track, corporate pension plan sponsors will see a 2.9% jump in liabilities next year.
Despite differing investment objectives, a move into alternatives may foster opportunities for money managers to play a role in asset management.
With the new administration hitting its first 100 days, P&I goes back to sources to gauge opinions about President Donald Trump's policies.
European pension funds continue to increase allocations to U.S. real estate, seeking to diversify and hunt down yield that remains scarce domestically.
Many industry participants believe fixed-income ETFs represent the greatest opportunity for growth across the ETF ecosystem.
While midsized money managers might be struggling with myriad pressures, some say being midsized has many benefits over boutique and larger firms.
Many traders think the Order Protection Rule should go, but some see value in directing trades to exchanges based on the best price.
Pensions & Investments' Best Places to Work in Money Management program is now open.
DC retirement plan executives and service providers in Canada worry that the first wave plan participants are unprepared — and things may only get worse.
Defined contribution executives like the diversification and return prospects but focus on daily valuation and fees hurts illiquid investments.
President Donald Trump says his tax reform and tax cut plan leaves 401(k) plans untouched, but that doesn't mean Congress will agree.