OneDigital acquired RIA firm Westminster Consulting, adding more than 70 retirement plan clients.
Thailand aims to create a new program to support an aging population that will add about 1 million retirees annually starting in 2023.
The head of $8.9 billion Mine Super is stepping down to become managing director of a financial technology affiliate.
U.K. plan sponsors are one step closer to being able to offer collective defined contribution arrangements to their employees.
International retirement and savings plans for those working outside their home country have continued to grow in popularity.
The key to successful adoption of financial wellness options is ensuring that they meet the needs of sponsors’ unique employee groups.
Tontines, with the promise of mortality credits, could attract growing numbers of clients hoping to win the pension lottery.
State Super tapped its acting head of investments as the $32.6 billion Sydney-based fund's new chief investment officer.
Hub International acquired Alpha Pension Group, a Boston-based registered investment adviser firm, following six similar deals last year.
Raymond James Financial agreed to acquire NWPS Holdings, a provider of plan administration, consulting and actuarial services.
Hub International has acquired the assets of Boston-based Baystate Fiduciary Advisors.
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.
Financial institutions and other groups are pressing forward with the creation of pooled employer plans despite regulatory uncertainty.
Nationwide Building Society will move participants into a defined contribution plan, after a decision to freeze the Nationwide Pension Fund.
AustralianSuper reported 85,000 withdrawal requests for $413.2 million of retirement savings under the government's early access initative.
Retirement industry trade groups urged Congress to provide relief to retirement plan sponsors, participants and retirees amid the pandemic.
KPMG's fourth annual report on China's pension system estimates 19% growth for retirement assets in 2019, helped by capital injections.
Global retirement plan assets across 22 countries jumped in 2019 thanks primarily to strong equity markets, up 15% to $46.73 trillion.
Employee benefits company OneDigital has bought several retirement plan adviser firms, including Cafaro Greenleaf and Chepenik Financial.
Australia's superannuation funds are stepping up direct lending to companies, in a global hunt for higher-yielding assets.
The QSuper-Sunsuper merger talks could signal a new phase of industry consolidation, re-drawing Australian institutional map for managers.
The future of U.K. retirement plans will depend on consolidation and the strength of governance models, PLSA speakers agreed.
Speakers at the PLSA conference outlined key areas for boosting retirement outcomes for plan participants.