Editorial

With risk, remember nothing is certain

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EDITORIAL

Pension funds relying on higher-risk portfolios to dig out of a funding hole instead of seeking more contributions might find themselves digging deeper holes.
Tackling the issue of lifetime income

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EDITORIAL

Some of the best minds in finance have turned their attention to the problem of making sure retirees don't outlive their retirement assets.
Dual-class debate demands scrutiny

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EDITORIAL

Lyft's IPO with dual-class shares has reignited a debate about whether companies should be allowed such structures when they go public.
Program shines light on DC innovation, excellence

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It's time to enter P&I and DCIIA's annual Excellence and Innovation Awards, which identify DC plan executives who are pushing the envelope.
Retirement legislation just first step

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Congress appears ready to tackle issue of millions of private-sector employees not having access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan.
Financial transaction tax will hurt funds

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EDITORIAL

A securities transaction tax, if enacted, will stunt the growth of retirement assets unless pension funds get an exemption.
Help from states desperately needed

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EDITORIAL

The nation must find ways to help more workers without access to an employer retirement plan save for their future beyond an IRA.
Lessons from the Great Recession

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EDITORIAL

The bear market of 2008-09 caused significant changes in the U.S. retirement system but taught valuable lessons that should not be forgotten.
Giving financial wellness its due recognition

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EDITORIAL

DC plan sponsor executives have recognized that financial demands other than retirement need to be tackled so that they don't derail retirement savings.
Stock buybacks must not be strangled

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EDITORIAL

Stock buybacks are on a tear. But they're not without controversy.
Witnesses to the shifting landscape

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EDITORIAL

Pensions & Investments' annual survey of the largest U.S. retirement funds once again provided a portrait of changes in the investment of their huge asset pools.