Teresa O'Flynn has joined private Ara Partners as a partner and co-lead of the firm's infrastructure strategy.
U.S. corporate DB funding ratios remained high at the end of September as falling liabilities offset a challenging return environment.
PIMCO is bolstering the teams that run the Total Return Fund and several other funds as Scott Mather takes a personal leave of absence.
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan is increasing its exposure to bonds, citing attractive yields.
Money managers reassured their U.K. pension fund clients over the liquidity of their portfolios and leverage related to LDI strategies.
In a letter to the board, Sculptor Capital's co-founder alleges he and senior management have been in contact with parties interested in acquiring the firm.
A global survey of institutional investors on the fixed-income market revealed that ETFs are playing an "expanded role in portfolio construction."
Ray Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, has completed the transition of control of the world's largest hedge fund to its operating board of directors.
A judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by participants in a 401(k) plan offered by Associated Banc-Corp that criticized fees and investment selections.
Cohen & Steers tapped Wellington Management veteran Kazuya Yuasa as next head of the firm's $9 billion Japan business.
A judge ruled in favor of Home Depot, rebuffing allegations by former 401(k) participants that fiduciaries violated ERISA in the plan's management.
Dominique A. Cherry was named to the new position of senior governance manager at the Maryland State Retirement & Pension System.
Cecilia Fryklof was named head of active ownership for Nordea Asset Management, replacing Katarina Hammar.
Prabha Ram has joined OMERS Capital Markets as managing director-global equities.
Sustainable finance regulation picked up in 2022 around the world, according to a new ISS ESG report.
Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund increased its private markets target for the remainder of 2022 to a range of $160 million to $190 million.
Martin Small, who leads BlackRock's U.S. wealth advisory business, will become the chief financial officer next year, replacing Gary Shedlin.