Money managers say a fundamental reconsideration of fee arrangements is underway at the world's biggest pension fund.
Class-action lawsuits are key legal tools for investors, but a recent Supreme Court decision and government positions could make them harder to pursue.
CalPERS has set aside $7 billion to give to smaller managers who are eligible to graduate from its emerging managers program.
Hybrid DB/DC plans aren't the only solution to fixing pension underfunding troubles.
European pension funds are finding a welcome stream of returns by lending out high-quality fixed-income assets.
Though some industry observers say Pennsylvania's new hybrid plan is a step in the right direction, others say it doesn't fix the state's underfunding problem.
A new DCIIA report urges plan sponsors to step up efforts to enhance employees' retirement security.
Money managers are taking a hard look at oil, with some making strategic allocations to energy companies while others are watching for the right opportunities.
EnerVest situation underscores the perils of leverage in energy funds.
Price pressure on managed futures strategies is creating investor opportunities.
Shundrawn Thomas, the newly named president of Northern Trust Asset Management, played a pivotal role in revitalizing the manager's ETF business.
European equities — caught between improving economic data and ECB hints of ending loose monetary policy — have money managers in a quandary.
Money manager believes it pays to be selective in European stock picks.
Pensions & Investments is accepting entries for the 2018 Eddy Awards, recognizing the best in defined contribution education efforts.
A new Connecticut law aims to increase transparency on fees and potential conflicts of interests covering non-ERISA 403(b) plans.
Falling yields and the growing demand for infrastructure have resulted in lower average returns for infrastructure in recent years, but some investors are looking beyond returns.
The latest report of the health of Social Security highlights the need for strengthening retirement systems for private and state and local government workers.
Institutional investors should review managers' portfolios to see if they are overweight, market weight or underweight in four key stocks.