Pensions & Investments editorial employees were recognized by the American Society of Business Publication Editors.
Arun Muralidhar and Sid Muralidhar were named co-recipients of the Investments & Wealth Institute Journal Research Award.
The Pension Real Estate Association announced the winners of its inaugural real estate investment management ESG awards.
Ronen Israel, Bryan Kelly and Tobias Moskowitz were named winners of the $10,000 Harry M. Markowitz Award for a paper on machine learning.
Six authors were recognized for the insights into ESG ratings and portfolio performance, and factor performance in active portfolios.
The Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association announced the six winners of its inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Awards.
Howard Fluhr accepted EBRI's annual Lillywhite Award for lifetime contributions to the country's retirement and economic security.
Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson were awarded a Nobel Prize for studies that "benefited sellers, buyers and taxpayers around the world."
Stanley Fischer was named the inaugural recipient of the $200,000 Miriam Pozen Prize, which recognizes outstanding research and leadership.
Howard Fluhr will receive the EBRI's annual Lillywhite Award for lifetime contributions to the country's economic security.
P&I won four awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors that recognize its journalism.
Deadline to register for ninth-annual Best Places to Work in Money Management program is June 19.
Tarun Gupta and Bryan T. Kelly were named winners of the top prize in the Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Awards.
John Hull, Andrew W. Lo and Roger M. Stein were named winners of the $10,000 Harry M. Markowitz Award for their paper, "Funding Long Shots."
A paper on how foreign and local sentiments affect asset prices across markets has won this year's Richard A. Crowell prize.
WorldPensionSummit recognized funds for excellence across three categories in its 2019 Innovation Awards.
Three professors were awarded a Nobel Memorial Prize "for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty."
Aon's Kristen Doyle will be awarded the 2019 Distinguished Woman Investment Professional of the Year award Nov. 14.
Plan Sponsor Council of America said Zvi Bodie, professor emeritus at Boston University, will receive PSCA's lifetime achievement award.
Neuberger Berman East Asia, Robeco Japan, Sompo Holdings and Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Asset Management were the winners of a new ESG award.
Meir Statman was named winner of the top prize in the Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Awards.
Sanjiv R. Das, Daniel Ostrov, Anand Radhakrishnan and Deep Srivastav were named winners of the $10,000 Harry M. Markowitz Award.
EBRI seeks nominations for its Lillywhite Award, which honors those who contributed to retirement security through work or research.
Boeing Co., Mexico's CONSAR, Canada's CAAT and the U.K.'s Royal Mail Group were honored for innovation in retirement plans.
The American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries honored Mark Iwry for his career of helping people save for retirement.