Money managers did not get a resolution to the question of equivalence as the U.K.'s transition window for Brexit closed on Jan. 1.
Amid political, regulatory and medical uncertainty, defined contribution sponsors try to achieve their goals for plan improvements in 2021.
Despite a difficult 2020, emerging markets are one bright spot for 2021, money management economists and strategists said.
Money managers face lingering impacts from the COVID-19 fallout and myriad challenges requiring transformation of their business models.
While many firms see great market potential in pooled employer plans, industry skeptics aren't so sure.
Real estate investors and managers expect investment opportunities in 2021, with the proviso that they may have to reassess their plans.
Money managers in Europe see opportunities in ESG and dividend and illiquid strategies in 2021, but expect overall revenues to be lower.
Institutional investors and sustainability advocates will be pushing U.S. regulators to up their game on ESG disclosure and investing.
Money management economists expect to see plenty of activity in currency markets in 2021, forecasting further depreciation for the dollar.
A tough but more orderly Biden approach to China will see global managers and investors double down on the mainland during the coming year.
Economists expect COVID-19 to remain the dominant issue into 2021, with the future of global financial markets riding on success of vaccines.
What do money management executives expect to see in the headlines in 2021?
Private equity fundraising and transaction activity is expected to pick up in 2021.
Hopes are high for Congress to pass another retirement security package in 2021.