Deadline to enter Pensions & Investments 2018 Eddy Awards is Oct. 13.
Cybersecurity is moving up institutional investors' agenda as a responsible investment consideration.
Companies – not just investors and their managers – are increasingly viewing cybersecurity as a business and operational risk.
DC plans act to educate participants, reduce red tape in response to natural disasters
Investors know they need to ask cybersecurity-related questions of portfolio companies, but getting started isn't easy.
Republicans launch what promises to be a lively debate over tax reform with a framework calling for lower tax rates.
Corporate litigation finance investments are attracting assets from endowments as well as attention from pension funds.
Pension funds and money managers would face additional paperwork from the ECB under a proposed regulation that would compel them to report assets and liabilities.
The Securities and Exchange Commission's announcement this month that its EDGAR corporate filing system was hacked a year ago is sparking concern that the agency is pushing others on cybersecurity when the SEC itself isn't prepared for an attack.
Defined benefit plan sponsors are facing some tough decisions.
Real estate managers and investors are boosting investments in workforce and affordable multifamily buildings.
Structured credit hedge funds are losing their luster and assets.
Transaction cost analysis providers are moving into more complex derivatives asset classes, in part to meet MiFID II requirements.
Manning & Napier is losing clients, staff and assets. But the firm is refocusing its priorities, which its president hopes could pay off.
Firms continue wading into the market for exchange-traded products despite crowds.
Even with an increase in contributions, ever-rising liabilities paint a dismal picture for the future of the 100 largest U.S. public pension plans.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management added two executives — Mark Oldcorn and Charles Matterson — to its global insurance solutions team.
No one will want to be the Equifax of the financial services sector.
States should take advantage of pooling to create safer and sounder retirement systems for all workers and to alleviate the liability pressures of defined benefit plans.
The Financial CHOICE Act, which the House of Representatives passed in June on a largely party line vote, weakens many important provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and introduces a slew of changes that would harm U.S. capital markets, consumers and investors.