Stable value investing depends on how participants perceive the stock market, bond market, money markets and interest rates.
A judge dismissed an ERISA complaint against Capital One Financial by a 401(k) plan participant who alleged ERISA violations.
Although some sponsors and consultants are asking questions about crypto in retirement plans, there's little indication now the DC industry is ready to act.
Next year's HSA contribution limit will be $3,850 for an individual and $7,750 for a family.
The Labor Department has many questions about Fidelity Investments' decision to offer cryptocurrency investments to 401(k) plans.
New York State Teachers' Retirement System renewed four contracts with investment managers running a total of $3.7 billion.
New York City pension funds withdrew resolutions at General Electric, Duke Energy and Dominion Energy after reaching deals with the companies.
The New Jersey Division of Investment announced a new financial platform to encourage greater diversity in hiring emerging managers.
Consolidation among the bigger record keepers will continue.
P&I's annual record keepers survey reveals strong market-driven asset growth that disguises challenges for adding clients and participants.
Robert C. Merton, a Nobel Prize-winning economist, and Nancy Gerrie, a veteran ERISA attorney, will receive lifetime achievement awards.
Record keepers are sharing information, best practices and other protection efforts with their peers to prevent cyberattacks.
A federal court judge rejected most of PNC Financial's motion to dismiss an ERISA complaint brought by participants in a company 401(k) plan.
Eleven companies agreed to disclose their workforce data annually after negotiations with the New York City Retirement Systems.
A judge dismissed an ERISA lawsuit against USI Insurance Services, saying the plaintiff didn't support her claims with appropriate data.
A survey found sponsors that view DC plans as important tools for retention and hiring have higher DC plan priorities than those that don't.
Plan sponsors and speakers at P&I's DC East conference in Orlando, Fla., sought clarity on top-of-mind concerns.
Capital One said a lawsuit against its 401(k) plan should be dismissed because the complaint rests on circumstantial assertions.
As sponsors add financial wellness services, they must make sure these programs are effective and well-used by participants.
New York State Common Retirement Fund invested an additional $189 million in a separate account managed by Lisanti Capital Growth.
A federal judge rejected efforts by the fiduciaries of Wood Group U.S. Holdings and others to dismiss an ERISA lawsuit.