A federal judge rejected for the second time a petition by BBVA Compass Bancshares to throw out an ERISA complaint.
Female plan administrators run better defined contribution plans than their male counterparts, research suggests.
A former participant in a 401(k) plan run by Principal Life Insurance says the company failed to provide better investment choices.
New York State Common Retirement Fund will expand its insistence on corporate board diversity for all S&P 500 companies in which it invests.
A participant in a Natixis Investment Managers 401(k) plan sued the company, alleging ERISA violations, including "unlawful self-dealing."
After five years and two trips to the U.S. Supreme Court, a lawsuit against fiduciaries of an IBM 401(k) plan has been tentatively settled.
The New York City Retirement Systems posted an estimated 18% return on investments for the seven months ended Jan. 31.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy called for a $6.4 billion contribution to the state pension system for the budget year starting July 1.
Cerner Corp. agreed to pay $4.1 million to settle ERISA allegations by former participants in the company's 401(k) plan.
Prudential Financial Inc. plans to contribute about $185 million to its defined benefit plans this year.
Consolidated Edison Inc. expects to contribute $480 million to its pension plans in 2021, with the bulk going to a single plan.
New York State Common withrew a shareholder proposal challenging diversity efforts at McDonald's after the fast-food chain proposed changes.
Raytheon Co. agreed to pay $59.2 million to settle an ERISA complaint filed by a retiree who said officials improperly calculated benefits.
CAPTRUST Financial Advisors acquired Cammack Retirement Group, marking CAPTRUST's 47th acquisition since 2006.
A court cleared the way for a trial to assess whether fiduciaries of a T. Rowe Price Group 401(k) plan violated terms of ERISA.
A court again dismissed a complaint by a participant in Abbott Laboratories 401(k) plan over losses she incurred due to identity theft.
A federal appeals court in Washington allowed an ERISA complaint by participants in two Georgetown University 403(b) plans to continue.
A federal appeals court upheld a dismissal of claims that GE officials violated ERISA in managing a GE stock fund within its 401(k) plan.
New York State Common Retirement Fund posted a 10% estimated net return in its fiscal third quarter, which ended Dec. 31.
Record keepers expand virtual communications to help participants maintain and build their retirement accounts during the pandemic.
Deferred compensation plan assets rose, but state laws that effectively block auto enrollment in these plans hamper growth potential.
An association of independent Coca-Cola bottlers has been accused of ERISA violations in the management of its 401(k) plan.
Voya Financial joined BlackRock's Emergency Savings Initiative, an effort to provide tools to individuals for building financial stability.