The global private credit market is set to hit $1 trillion by 2020, with 14-fold growth since 2000.
Defined contribution executives wondering how behavioral economics affects participants may want to look to Spock and Homer Simpson.
Lehigh University returned 15% on its endowment for the fiscal year ended June 30
New York State Common Retirement Fund committed an additional $40 million to 57 Stars Emerging Europe Fund.
John McAvoy was named a partner at Blueprint Capital Advisors.
William Jarvis was named market strategy and delivery executive at U.S. Trust.
Lawrence Kochard was named chief investment officer of multiasset-class manager Makena Capital Management.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton told lawmakers on Wednesday that the agency is drafting a proposal for a fiduciary rule.
The IRS issued updated mortality tables on Wednesday that plan sponsors will have to study quickly before they go into effect for plan years starting Jan. 1, 2018.
BlackRock is in discussions to invest in financial technology company Capital Preferences to help bolster its focus on retail investors.
Canadian corporate and public defined benefit plan funding rose in the third quarter, boosted by strong equity performance and higher bond yields.
Tesco saw its pension deficit fall 56.4% in the six months ended Aug. 26 to £2.4 billion, and agreed to increase its pension contributions.
New Jersey Pension Fund returned a net 13.07% on its investments for the fiscal year ended June 30, slightly below its benchmark of 13.14%.
University of Missouri System overhauled the asset allocation of its $3.3 billion defined benefit plan and $1.5 billion endowment pool.
Some industry money management buzzwords are more hype than fact and can directly lead to material consequences in portfolio allocations.