Dow Inc. will freeze the benefit accruals of its U.S. pension plans, increase its DC match and contribute $1 billion to the pension plans.
United Technologies and Raytheon's merger presented challenges for CIO Robin Diamonte and her staff in merging the firms' retirement plans.
Cbus added three senior investment professionals amid its continued push to bring more portfolio management in-house.
Despite a roller-coaster ride in markets as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, retirement plans ended 2020 with solid investment returns.
State Super tapped its acting head of investments as the $32.6 billion Sydney-based fund's new chief investment officer.
National Employment Savings Trust will boost its private markets exposure to about 15% by 2022.
AustralianSuper's head of equities has relocated to London to take on an additional role expanding the super's international operations.
LGIAsuper announced new strategic asset allocation targets to better position the $9.1 billion super fund for a post-COVID environment.
Hub International acquired the assets of Leading Edge Benefits Advisors and its related retirement plan and wealth management affiliates.
Public authority Victorian Funds Management Corp. hired the CIO of State Super as head of its portfolio management group.
Record keepers haven't yet pounced on the Labor Department's new electronic disclosure rule but are eager to do so.
Danica Pension launched a new investment option for plan participants to help grow sustainable investments to $15.7 billion by 2030.
National Employment Savings Trust Corp. will work to improve diversity among its top executives over the next five years.
National Employment Savings Trust assets grew 66.7% to $11.8 billion over the year ended March 31.
First State Super aims to almost halve carbon emissions in its investments as it joins global peers in mitigating climate-change risks.
Malaysia's Employees Provident Fund reported net investment income of $1.73 billion in a ‘challenging' first quarter.
National Employment Savings Trust saw its opt-out rate increase to 9.5% from 6.3% following a mandatory escalation of contributions.
LGIAsuper CIO says his push to boost his fund's liquidity, after taking the helm last September, proved to be a case of fortunate timing.
Hymans Robertson Staff Pension Plan, London, halted planned changes across its retirement arrangements due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Investment and benefit executives discuss how they are dealing with the unprecedented challenges posed by the coronavirus.
Superannuation funds have reduced valuations of PE, real estate and infrastructure in moves that could herald more frequent changes.
More states than ever are building or considering private-sector retirement initiatives.
Retirement industry trade groups urged Congress to provide relief to retirement plan sponsors, participants and retirees amid the pandemic.
AustralianSuper, Australia's largest superannuation fund, has a cash flow problem — too much of it coming in.
Malaysia’s Employees Provident Fund announced a 5.45% dividend payout for its 14.6 million members, the lowest rate since 2008.