Institutional investors are expected to remain the dominant source of investment in a growing exchange-traded funds market.
External money manager fees paid by asset owners remained steady in 2016.
Participants in two New York University 403(b) plans have filed an amended complaint alleging plan executives violated their fiduciary duty.
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. has formed the Fox News Workplace Professionalism and Inclusion Council following an engagement with a Michigan pension fund.
Just as Wells Fargo & Co. escaped from the jaws of one 401(k) lawsuit over in-house funds, it's now ensnared in another.
The New York Times Co. is removing its company stock from its 401(k) plan.
Guardian Capital Group has agreed to acquire a 70% stake in Alta Capital Management.
Chicago Transit Authority Employees Retirement Plan will interview three open-end private equity managers for a $70 million allocation.
Harvard University's endowment is in talks to move the management of a portion of its real estate investments to Bain Capital.
Paul G. Cellupica was named deputy director of the investment management division of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
It is no secret that global institutional investors increasingly integrate analysis of environmental, social and governance sustainability factors into their investment decisions.