Dave Wiederecht, executive vice president and global head of global fiduciary solutions at State Street Global Advisors, retired Sept. 1.
Mary Hunt was named principal and portfolio manager at RCP Advisors to manage the firm's diversity, equity and inclusion strategy.
Jon Patty joined alternative money manager White Oak Global Advisors as a managing director and partner.
Amy M. Cameron was named chief investment officer of CUNA Mutual Group, replacing David G. Brown, who will retire in January.
Despite money managers working to address gender diversity, women remain underrepresented within institutional portfolio management.
Institutional investors with large allocations to U.S. equities and fixed income saw strong median returns in the second quarter.
Participants in two defined contribution plans sponsored by the University of Maryland Medical System have sued, citing fiduciary breaches.
T. Rowe Price Group agreed to settle an ERISA lawsuit involving its 401(k) plan for an undisclosed sum.
An appeals court upheld a federal judge's ruling rejecting a lawsuit that faulted American Airlines' management of a 401(k) plan.
Participants in a MetLife 401(k) plan argued in a suit that MetLife Group and others breached their fiduciary duties in managing the plan.
Koch Industries agreed to pay $4 million to settle allegations it allowed the record keeper of its DC plans to charge excessive fees.
Asset owner and money management executives share their summer reading choices.
FutureProof, a new technology startup, helps investors calculate and manage the financial risks of real assets linked to climate change.
Participants of 401(k) plans sponsored by AAA subsidiaries sued the affiliates, claiming breaches in fiduciary duties related to ERISA.
Ognjen Sosa was named chief investment officer of Breckinridge Capital Advisors, replacing Laura Lake.
Marin County Employees' Retirement Association moved $750 million to a Russell 1000 index fund managed by State Street Global Advisors.
Aon’s plan to sell its retirement businesses to Aquiline Capital Partners does not include its OCIO or investment consulting businesses.
Serco Inc. agreed to a $1.2 million settlement in a lawsuit involving the company's 401(k) plan.