Private equity firms' portfolio companies are increasingly growing by acquisition rather than increasing earnings organically.
Amid uncertainty over the Labor Department's fiduciary rule, record keepers offer varied services.
Even with a recent Supreme Court ruling, the fight over church-plans exemption from federal pension law expected to continue.
Asset owners believe in the downside protection of systematic managed futures strategies, pouring money into the space
Congress is moving forward with efforts to ease regulation of private equity firms.
Transition managers are seeing a spike in moves to passive equities from active strategies among public defined benefit funds since the start of the year.
A year after U.K. citizens voted to leave the European Union, more questions than answers remain for European pension funds and other asset owners.
Asset owners are becoming more concerned with geopolitical risks, but they're also more bullish about global investing.
A growing number of insurance companies in Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei are doing their part this year to make American infrastructure great again.
Plan sponsors' fiduciary rule mantra: Read the fine print.
Some money managers say clients are bullish about investing overseas and willing to take more risks internationally than in the past few years.
Supervisory authorities in London and on the Continent are preparing for what comes next for money managers in adopting Brexit.
The momentum behind investor moves to address climate-related risks and opportunities in institutional portfolios continues to build.
The first real test of Europe's post-financial-crisis bank resolution rules shows that regulation can mete out a victory.
Markets have shown surprising resilience and even growth after upsets such as Brexit and the U.S. presidential election, but is that the result of a quirk or real strength?
Warren Buffett, one of the world's greatest active managers, recommends a passive approach to investing — and shows why it's far more complicated than many people assume.