Legislation providing a replacement framework for financial contracts tied to LIBOR was approved by the House Financial Services Committee.
A CalPERS-backed bill that would have kept certain details related to its private debt investments secret failed to pass out of committee.
The White House and a bipartisan group of senators struck a deal on a $559 billion framework aimed at fixing the nation’s infrastructure.
Puerto Rico Gov. Pedro R. Pierluisi signed into law a bill preventing future cuts to pension benefits.
A bill to provide penalty-free distributions from retirement accounts to deal with financial emergencies was introduced in the Senate.
Nebraska lawmakers bypassed a veto, voting to transfer the administrative duties of the Omaha School Employees fund to a state board.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts vetoed a bill that would transfer administration of the Omaha School Employees pension fund to a state board.
Delaware lawmakers proposed creating a retirement-savings program for workers who currently have no access to an employer-sponsored plan.
A SECURE Act 2.0 package is making its way through the House with bipartisan support, but the bill's path forward is uncertain.
A plan advanced by Nebraska lawmakers would transfer the administrative duties of the Omaha School Employees pension plan to a state board.
The Texas House passed a bill requiring the state's pension funds to stop investing in firms that plan to divest from fossil-fuel companies.
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.
Final passage of a massive COVID-19 relief bill came Wednesday with House approval, along a 220-211 mostly party-line vote.
Sen. Bob Menendez introduced a bill that would require public companies to disclose diversity data for boards and senior management.
The new U.K. Pension Schemes Bill was enacted into law by Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday.
Legislation signed by President Donald Trump could kick Chinese companies off of U.S. exchanges unless they are open to audit reviews.
An effort to boost retirement security resulted in a new bill that would require auto enrollment in DC plans, among other provisions.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a fiscal 2021 budget law that calls for a $4.7 billion contribution to the New Jersey pension system.
Pennsylvania's House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation designed to ensure PennSERS and PennPSERS remain solvent.
Legislation aimed at making U.S. mutual funds more attractive to foreign investors was introduced in the House.
The 10th anniversary of the signing of Dodd-Frank into law brings questions about the nation's structural inequalities caused by COVID-19.
A bipartisan bill seeks to create an online lost-and-found database for retirement accounts to curb the number of missing participants.
The world's worst-performing stock market this year is at risk of a steeper drop from a proposal to let Colombians tap retirement savings.
The House narrowly approved another coronavirus relief package that includes major changes for multiemployer pension plans.