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Issue Date: Monday, October 16, 2017
Texas Teacher Retirement System overhauls its global equity portfolio to produce more alpha.
Asset owners are working to determine how the United Nations' 17 sustainable development goals fit into their investment portfolios.
New mortality tables from the IRS are expected to raise premiums paid by plan sponsors to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.
European pension funds again are grappling with foreign-exchange risk, given the euro's rise against other major currencies.
A potential delay in the SEC's launch of the consolidated audit trail over cybersecurity concerns could could stall another regulatory initiative.
Pensions & Investments is seeking responses to its annual survey of the largest U.S. retirement funds.
Fintech firms are playing a growing role in helping large pension funds assess risk across their portfolios.
Venture capital's old guard is under pressure by smaller, specialized competitors that are creating the first institutional relationships with entrepreneurs.
More investors are showing an interest in factor-based fixed-income investing, but a number of important considerations must be heeded.
Money managers are seeing some interest picking up for portfolios aligned with the United Nations' sustainable development goals.
President Donald Trump intends to nominate Preston Rutledge to serve as assistant secretary of labor for the Employee Benefits Security Administration.
Partners Group's Peter Wuffli said his firm's relative-value, multiasset-class capabilities will be key to meeting Asia's growing appetite for private markets.
Kathleen Long made sure she was at every employee session to explain design changes to the plan.
Movement Mortgage's Aimee Dodson says helping employees get out of debt can lead to better outcomes in retirement savings.
Katie Archer is working her way around the globe to serve participants in each country.
Sandy Blair sees the redesign as taking the mystery out of the complex 403(b) marketplace.
Employees Retirement System of Texas worked to highlight the many advantages of staying in its plans after retirement.
Deborah Goldberg received an Innovation Award for her work setting up a state-run multiemployer plan for non-profits in Massachusetts.
P&I and the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association had some great help when it came to evaluating entries in the 2017 Excellence and Innovation Awards.
For the sixth year, P&I and the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association recognizes innovation and excellence by plan sponsors to improve the retirement security of...
Quest for steady income helps push worldwide assets up 8.7% in the year ended June 30.
Updated mortality tables issued by the IRS could create headaches for single-employer defined benefit plan sponsors.
Activist strategies can feed future ESG demand with consistent winners, overcome the "trade-off" myth and provide better returns in the process.
Taking a detailed look at pre- and post-trade reporting, perhaps the most onerous obligation of MiFID II.