Hedge fund managers took advantage of the tailwind of strong global growth and COVID-19 uncertainty to raise AUM in the year ended June 30.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, assets of the world’s 300 largest retirement funds increased 11.5% to $21.72 trillion in 2020.
Small-cap strategies dominated Morningstar's domestic equity rankings while high-yield strategies dominated fixed-income rankings.
Institutional investors are divided on how long higher inflation will be around, subscribing to one of three pathways in the U.S.
Fifteen years after its passage, P&I looks back at the Pension Protection Act, its legacy and its impact on DB and DC plans.
Assets in defined contribution plans climbed to new highs in 2020, thanks almost entirely to stock market gains.
The use of technology in institutional portfolios is expected to grow, revolving on efficient data analysis, customization and digitization.
OCIO managers had a strong year ended March 31 and continue to see high interest, especially from defined contribution plan sponsors.
Impact investing is moving along incrementally as efforts turn to educating investors and proving the merit of such investments.
The global institutional AUM of nearly 500 money managers grew 10.8% over the year despite the pandemic causing a recession in March and April.
For the 12 months ended Sept. 30, record keepers saw their assets swell to $8.21 trillion, up 9.6%.