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The popularity of target-date funds in the U.S. is pushing money managers to find ways to cut costs to remain competitive, while changing regulations in Europe continue to drive opportunities.
Active investing is making a comeback as asset owners broaden their view from fundamental to a variety of investments that target outcomes.
With expected returns of about 5.4% over the next 10 years, asset owners are looking beyond fixed income to less liquid, non-publicly traded credit instruments for greater outcomes.
After five consecutive quarters of small-cap strategies dominating Morningstar Inc.'s domestic equity separate account/collective investment trust database, large-cap and technology approaches reigned supreme for the year.
Investors shouldn't fear the impact of central bank moves on emerging markets since these economies are in a better place than in recent years to deal with changing monetary policies.
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 sixth year, P&I and the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association recognizes innovation and excellence by plan sponsors to improve the retirement security of participants.
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.
In another reversal of fortune – this time for the better – more hedge funds and hedge fund-of-funds saw a rise in assets than sustained losses for the year ended June 30.
Faced with a rising number of cyberattacks retirement plan executives are beefing up security and working with providers to create better ways to keep assets and data safe.
Defined contribution plan money managers saw a surge in passive assets under management last year compared to 2015, according to Pensions & Investments' latest survey.
High-yield strategies dominate the list of top-performing fixed-income managers in the second quarter.