Real estate managers are in the early stages of using data collected at their properties — gleaned from such diverse sources as facial recognition software to social media programs — to gain insights into their investments.
House and Senate lawmakers are taking diverging paths when it comes to how carried interest is treated.
Several real estate-related firms are making early investments in real estate analytics and technology.
DC plans across Europe increasingly consider actively managed allocations as low-cost diversification is harder to achieve.
A Treasury report is recommending more protection for sponsors regarding in-plan annuities.
After a dismal 2016, U.S. endowments had a good year, thanks to strong markets and smart asset allocation.
Money managers around the globe are upping exposure to Japanese equities following strong earnings growth and the outcome of recent elections.
Money managers are split on the effect of the MiFID II rules on fixed-income research, its quality and availability.
State Street Global Advisors' new CEO has taken over a company whose institutional business has been plagued with outflows.
The opening positions of House and Senate tax reformers spell mostly good news for retirement plans, but hold some unwelcome changes.
Colchester Global Investors, focused entirely on sovereign bonds, is enjoying strong inflows from Asian institutional investors this year.
The growth of investing in green bonds and fixed-income strategies weighted by ESG factors is an emerging trend among money managers.
Pensions & Investments is seeking responses to its annual survey of the largest U.S. retirement funds.
More U.S. corporations with traditional defined benefit plans are strategically transferring their liabilities to insurers, although struggles with funding ratios have contributed to a lack of megadeals in the market.
For the fifth consecutive quarter, small-cap equity strategies dominated Morningstar's domestic equity separate account/collective investment trust database, occupying six of the top 10 spots for the year ended Sept. 30.
For the moment at least, defined contribution plans have emerged relatively unscathed from the House of Representatives' major tax reform proposals.