Alternative investment managers are stepping up their pursuit of permanent capital to ensure reliable streams of fee income.
As Congressional Republicans rush to pass tax reform, public pension plan officials are determined to see one new idea not make it into law.
Some DC plans use Roth auto enrollment to boost participation among younger, lower-paid workers.
Japan's giant GPIF emphasizes enhancing beta rather than expending time and resources on eking out benchmark-beating gains.
JP Post Bank's chief investment officer believes global credit valuations are now "reasonably stretched."
Capital Group hires a veteran liability-driven investment executive to spearhead the expansion of its own LDI business.
A new paper provides ratios to determine the optimal number of managers an investor should have in a single asset class.
Average state pension plan hedge fund performance jumps more than 1,200 basis points in fiscal year.
Asset owners could dip toes in cryptocurrency investing through proposed bitcoin futures contracts.
The impact of MiFID II on fixed-income trading is a subject of debate.
Bid-ask spreads of some of the biggest ETFs are lower than the underlying securities, largely because they are a more favorable investment.
SEC maker-taker pilot program seen as more likely as rebate opponents grow.
House and Senate Democrats launched an ambitious idea Thursday to help struggling multiemployer pension funds.
Corporate and public pension plans are taking two different paths, which is bifurcating the investment consulting industry.
Some institutional investors are warning the next few years are unlikely to be as rewarding, at least in the U.S. markets, and that expectations should be tempered.
The markets need an attentive and active police force prowling the byways to ensure securities laws are obeyed and investors are protected.
Global warming is pushing pension funds to explore opportunities for better risk management and portfolio optimization.