Building off momentum from 2017, boardroom diversity and climate change reporting are expected to dominate conversations this proxy season.
Proxy access, director elections, gender pay equity and executive compensations are also expected to play a prominent role this proxy season.
Investment in funds taking stakes in alternative investment managers is growing, but how will the funds ultimately exit their investments?
California Gov. Edmund Brown is taking a stand in several closely watched court cases regarding pension benefits.
Investors are closely watching Congress as it races to pass spending bills to avoid a Jan. 19 shutdown.
2018 is shaping up to be an interesting year on Capitol Hill.
European institutional investors are preparing for a rate hike in the new year as the European Central Bank slows quantitative easing.
As the New Jersey Pension Plan's assumed rate of return goes down, the political financing battle heats up.
Integrating ESG factors into investment decisions might help money managers gain assets under management.
Funding relief in Ontario and Quebec could mean less derisking and more investment in alternatives in the new year.
Many public pension plans have reduced their assumed rates of return.
Big changes are ahead for two major systems that many index providers and asset managers use for classifying businesses.
In just 18 months, assets at GQG Partners jumped to $10 billion, from $100 million in seed money.
Consolidation, the trend to passive, bank divestitures and a spike in appetite among Asia-based buyers drove money management M&A activity.
Chris Blunt was named CEO and senior managing director of Blackstone Insurance Solutions, Blackstone Group's new insurance investment management business.
It is time to move forward and clear the path to providing in-plan annuities options for defined contribution plan participants.
Plan executives should be hypervigilant in ensuring they are receiving best execution.