Aon agreed to sell its U.S. retirement consulting business to Aquiline and its Aon Retiree Health Exchange to Alight.
Record keepers are working with plan sponsors to prompt participants to replenish their savings after taking COVID-related distributions.
UniSuper tapped a "member growth" executive as CEO, weeks after signaling it will accept participants outside its higher education focus.
Managers warned returns could be "muted" as elevated share prices suggest it will be harder for super funds to meet lofty return targets.
Analysts call counting on employees to play a starring role in reforms aimed at avoiding retirement savings shortfalls overly ambitious.
OneDigital acquired RIA firm Westminster Consulting, adding more than 70 retirement plan clients.
Changing fee-cap rules will not lead to a material increase in illiquid investments by U.K. defined contribution plans, the PLSA said.
REST Super has named its first head of investment strategy and a head of capital markets.
Thailand aims to create a new program to support an aging population that will add about 1 million retirees annually starting in 2023.
The head of $8.9 billion Mine Super is stepping down to become managing director of a financial technology affiliate.
The DWP wants views on its proposal for how DC plans calculate alternatives fees, aiming to help them to invest within the charge cap.
U.K. plan sponsors are one step closer to being able to offer collective defined contribution arrangements to their employees.
New laws in the U.K. and in the Netherlands are paving the way to tackle growing longevity risks.
The U.K. government wants to make it easier for defined contribution plans to invest in illiquid assets.
United Technologies and Raytheon's merger presented challenges for CIO Robin Diamonte and her staff in merging the firms' retirement plans.
International retirement and savings plans for those working outside their home country have continued to grow in popularity.
The key to successful adoption of financial wellness options is ensuring that they meet the needs of sponsors’ unique employee groups.
Tontines, with the promise of mortality credits, could attract growing numbers of clients hoping to win the pension lottery.
Despite a roller-coaster ride in markets as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, retirement plans ended 2020 with solid investment returns.
State Super tapped its acting head of investments as the $32.6 billion Sydney-based fund's new chief investment officer.
Hub International acquired Alpha Pension Group, a Boston-based registered investment adviser firm, following six similar deals last year.
Raymond James Financial agreed to acquire NWPS Holdings, a provider of plan administration, consulting and actuarial services.
Hub International has acquired the assets of Boston-based Baystate Fiduciary Advisors.
LGIAsuper announced new strategic asset allocation targets to better position the $9.1 billion super fund for a post-COVID environment.
Hub International acquired the assets of Leading Edge Benefits Advisors and its related retirement plan and wealth management affiliates.