Some pension systems have adopted cost-sharing mechanisms, adjusting contributions or benefits, instead of simply cutting or increasing them.
Fixed income had the largest share of assets in 2017 among the 100 largest corporate pension plans, at 41.2%.
The average funding ratio of the 100 largest U.S. corporate pension plans rose 4.7 percentage points in 2017, P&I's annual analysis shows.
James Maloney, acting chief investment officer of the Chicago Policeman’s pension fund, discusses the importance of having liquid investments in a pension fund when that plan is underfunded.
American Electric Power Co. plans to contribute a total of $101 million to its defined benefit plans in 2018.
Malaysia's Employees Provident Fund reported investment income of 12.95 billion ringgit ($3.06 billion) for the quarter ended Sept. 30.
Pensions & Investments' WorldPensionSummit honored excellence in retirement across four categories in its 2017 Innovation Awards.
Texas Teacher Retirement System overhauls its global equity portfolio to produce more alpha.
New mortality tables from the IRS are expected to raise premiums paid by plan sponsors to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.
Defined benefit plan sponsors are facing some tough decisions.
San Diego City Employees' Retirement System committed $20 million to real estate debt fund Torchlight Debt Opportunity Fund VI.
Texas Employees' Retirement System reduced its rate of return and adopted a new asset allocation.
The Universities Superannuation Scheme and The Pensions Regulator have been asked for details on a plan to address the pension fund's deficit.
Illinois Teachers' Retirement System reported a preliminary net return of 12.3% for the fiscal year ended June 30.
Ohio State Teachers' Retirement System returned 14.29% in the fiscal year ended June 30.
Claus Jorgensen was named head of investments at the 105 billion Danish kroner ($16.6 billion) PenSam.
Alcoa's Paul Benjamin talks about the challenges and opportunities inherent in managing a corporate pension fund.
Much is riding on the European Union's proposed regulation on a pan-European personal pension product.
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System renewed Portfolio Advisors' private equity consulting contract for a year, but it was not easy.
Assets managed by the Church of England Pensions Board grew 21.2% in 2016, the strongest return since performance began being recorded in 2003.
Corporate and public DB plans are changing their funding strategies after legislative changes.
Money managers say a fundamental reconsideration of fee arrangements is underway at the world's biggest pension fund.
Dawn Turner was appointed CEO of the Brunel Pension Partnership and Mark Mansley was named CIO.
The public pension plan funding crisis threatens both retirement security and government fiscal integrity.