Former Carlyle Group executive Glenn Youngkin won the Republican nomination for governor of Virginia.
Institutional investors are encouraged that new SEC Chairman Gary Gensler has a track record of getting controversial things done.
President Biden called for higher rates for the highest income earners, and ending carried interest and lower tax rates for capital gains.
Investors are pushing to have ESG issues highlighted by the COVID-19 crisis linked to executive compensation.
Investors keen on checking how companies are fulfilling commitments on diversity, equity and inclusion can now track their progress.
An SEC official warned that creating SPACs and taking them public is "not a free pass" to avoid federal securities laws.
Rhode Island Employees' Retirement System plans to consolidate private equity and opportunistic private credit investments.
Chevron shareholders will be able to vote on proposals calling for emission reductions, after the SEC said Chevron couldn't exclude them.
President Biden seeks to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure investment and to stem climate change, while addressing other policy concerns.
The latest COVID-19 economic package offers relief for single- and multiemployer pension funds.
President Joe Biden acted quickly, signing the $1.9 billion virus relief bill Thursday, in a bid to rush relief to millions of Americans.
Investors can track corporate alignment to the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals in real time through a newly available monitor.
The House on Tuesday is expected to approve a COVID-19 relief bill that includes federal assistance for struggling multiemployer funds.
Institutional investors are turning up the heat on corporate directors to take decisive action to address climate change this proxy season.
The COVID-19 relief bill being debated in the Senate likely won't include COLA freezes for retirement plans, unlike its House counterpart.
New York State Common Retirement Fund reached agreements with five major U.S. companies to work toward a low-carbon future.
Legislation to help struggling multiemployer pension funds is to remain in the COVID-19 relief measure headed for a Senate vote.
The House Ways and Means Committee approved a package of COVID-19 relief measures that includes reforms for multiemployer pension funds.
Legislation to help struggling multiemployer pension funds is to be considered this week by a key House panel as part of a relief measure.
Increasing the diversity of managers is spurring more attention and new ideas from plan sponsors.
Two pension funds in New York City Retirement Systems will divest an estimated $4 billion in securities related to fossil fuel companies.
The pandemic is the Biden administration's priority, but climate risk and other investor issues are on the table.
Legislation to help struggling multiemployer pension funds could become law if bundled with a COVID-19 relief measure now before Congress.