The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the opportunity set and risks to which institutional investors are paying attention.
Private assets will continue to grow in portfolios, and pension fund executives remain on the lookout for investment opportunities.
Improvements in communication around defined contribution plans would lead to better retirement outcomes for participants.
All retirement plans can apply AI to their portfolios in some way, but robust governance and operational capabilities must be in place.
WorldPensionSummit named innovators in four categories in the 2020 edition of its Innovation Awards.
Investors looking to decarbonize their portfolios through divestment should consider other options before simply cutting company holdings.
Investors are rethinking the roles of certain asset classes in their portfolios due to the coronavirus pandemic and its impacts on markets.
European citizens need to save more through contributions to occupational retirement plans, said speakers at the WorldPensionSummit.
While the U.K.'s exit from the European Union will bring opportunities to other financial centers, Brexit does not spell the end of London's position.
Pension funds around the globe are being forced to reconsider the way they invest as they grapple with the impacts of various risks.
Engaging with and educating participants early on in their employment are key to helping them achieve better retirement outcomes.