The global economy looks to be rebounding from the shortest and deepest economic shock in history, economists say, but concerns remain.
Lawmakers and regulators will be busy in the second half of the year, despite challenging circumstances and an upcoming election.
The coronavirus has forced many defined contribution sponsors to postpone or delay new initiatives.
There are investment opportunities in sectors taking the lead in pandemic-related innovation as well as parts of the real estate market.
Managers and investors are expected to pivot their credit exposure to take advantage of anticipated distress in the marketplace.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left European money managers with less time to cope with upcoming regulatory changes.
Money managers expect a MiFID II review to include a closer look at investment research rules.
A policy backstop has left Asian institutional investors in a moderate risk-on mood for the second half of the year.
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have intensified a number of threats to the global economy or reversed long-term trends.
Retail real estate is fading from institutional portfolios but is not expected to disappear altogether.
GPIF's once-a-year manager fee details provide evidence that the Tokyo-based giant, known as tight-fisted, is willing to pay for alpha.
Participants keep filing ERISA lawsuits against DC plans, fueled by veteran attorneys as well as newcomers and smaller targets.
The SEC's Reg BI has taken effect, but in light of the pandemic, how it will be enforced remains to be seen.
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Growth is beating value this year — handily — and that's not supposed to happen in a down market.