The SEC voted to reopen the comment period on proposed rules for using universal proxy cards.
House and Senate Democrats introduced the latest version of a bill that would require public companies to disclose climate-related risks.
Legislation that would boost America's role as a global leader in addressing climate change was introduced in the Senate.
Money managers and insurance firms have transferred more than $138.2 billion in assets to Europe as a result of Brexit.
J.P. Morgan sold $13 billion of bonds, the largest deal ever by a bank, taking advantage of some of the cheapest borrowing costs in years.
Hedge fund firm Brevan Howard reportedly will begin investing in digital assets, including bitcoin, for its clients.
Appreciating property prices and steady income have lead to returns rebounding for open-end real estate funds.
Lawmakers and regulators called for legislation to provide a replacement framework for outstanding financial contracts tied to LIBOR.
A montly report showed U.S. corporate pension plans got closer to full funded status in March.
Morgan Stanley surprised investors with a $911 million loss tied to the collapse of Archegos Capital, staining an otherwise record quarter.
Craig W. Smith was named chief investment officer of Tufts University, replacing Sally Dungan.
Assets under management at Man Group grew 2.8% in the first quarter to $127 billion, bolstered by positive investment performance.
Michael Zerda was named head of debt and special situations at LaSalle Investment Management.
Evan Siddall will become CEO of Alberta Investment Management Corp., effective July 1 and replacing Kevin Uebelein.
COVID-19 has impacted economies and populations globally, but it's also presented selective investment opportunities in real estate debt.
A court rejected a request by Barnabas Health to dismiss an ERISA lawsuit against the company and its fiduciaries filed by two participants.
State Street Corp. is offering its first environmental, social and corporate governance commingled cash collateral reinvestment strategy.
Alternatives strategies had mixed first quarters of the year, with private debt, infrastructure and real estate continuing to be challenged.
Willis Towers Watson will cut the carbon footprint for at least half of its discretionary delegated portfolios by 2030.