CIO says rebalancing and strategic tilting has helped Sunsuper navigate COVID-19's wild ride for capital markets.
The Netherlands bested 36 other national pension systems to earn the top spot for adequacy, sustainability and integrity.
Sixty-four percent of working taxpayers are active retirement plan participants or have spouses who participate.
Scott Hartley says is Sunsuper firing on all cylinders as the broader industry struggles with rising pension payouts and falling inflows.
Stuart Odell, assistant treasurer for retirement investments at Intel Corp., will leave the company in January.
Employers should supplement low-cost nudges with smart default funds to boost participant engagement, PLSA conference attendees told.
Catholic Super appoints Perpetual Investments executive Anna Shelley as the superannuation fund's new chief investment officer.
Global savers expect to spend 34% of their annual income when they retire on basic living expenses, below the 50% they will actually need.
Corporate defined benefit plan assets rose by $9 billion in the quarter ended March 31, to $3.212 trillion, a 0.28% increase.
Alaska Retirement Management Board put a pension plan manager on watch and approved several changes to its defined contribution plans.