Analysts say recession is unlikely in 2020, but the decent returns on tap from risk assets will pale beside 2019's rate-cut-driven gains.
2020 is shaping up to be a busy year in Washington as focus turns to the second phase of retirement security legislation.
In 2020, money managers will increasingly look for ways to invest in technology to improve business efficiency and client services.
Hedge fund managers foresee more volatility and more investment opportunities in 2020.
Asset managers in the Asia-Pacific region will face continued pressure to cut costs in 2020 even as they ramp up operations in China.
Concern about struggling multiemployer plans will not go away in 2020.
Some DC sponsors are tackling financial wellness by linking retirement plans to paying off student loans or creating emergency savings.
Acquisitions of retirement plan advisory firms are expected to accelerate as they look for operational scale.
Digital real asset investments could help bump up returns in 2020, despite a slow-growth economy and fewer transactions.
While they expect to avoid a risk of recession, European money managers and investors will not be free from other risks in 2020.
The SECURE Act, which provided a safe harbor for DC sponsors, addresses only one hurdle for adding annuities to DC plan lineups.
The year featured few big deals, fewer deals involving alternative asset managers and fewer corporate divestitures from the year before.
Codes of conduct and other strategies may help boards promote collegiality and avoid dysfunction
David G. Tittsworth, counsel in Ropes & Gray's investment management practice and former president and CEO of the IAA, has died. He was 66.
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Endowments and foundations with more in private investments outperform their lesser-invested peers.