Editorial

The SEC is the beat cop that investors need

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EDITORIAL

The SEC has continued to work to protect investors from those who have hurt investors despite the Trump administration reducing regulations.
Don't shut out the Saudi market

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Editorial

It is not the responsibility of investment executives to punish the Saudi Arabian regime, even if its involvement in the murder is proven.
DOL must be a friend to the courts again

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Editorial

It is time for the Department of Labor to once again involve itself in court cases concerning retirement plan issues.
Is your risk really covered? Maybe not

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Editorial

Pension plan executives are in for a surprise when new actuarial standards go into effect. They need to be ready.
SEC must say no to ESG regulation

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EDITORIAL

The SEC should require analysis showing how ESG regulation would improve long-term corporate earnings and stock prices.
Asset owners should prepare now for the next recession

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EDITORIAL

Fund executives should be taking steps to minimize the damage to their portfolios in the event of a recession.
How to overcome public fund risks

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EDITORIAL

Public pension plans are exposed to several risks, not all of which are fully considered by state and local legislators.
Measuring the value of financial wellness can be tricky

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The worth of financial wellness programs is hard for employers to gauge but the benefit to workers may be immeasurable.
Commit to better pension funding

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EDITORIAL

Elected officials must resist pressure to increase pension benefits after short-term investment gains.
Fiduciaries must stay aware of fees

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EDITORIAL

The spate of recent fee reductions by investment firms could cause difficulties for defined contribution plan fiduciaries.
Keeping vigilant eye is top priority

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EDITORIAL

Defined contribution plans aren't without flaws, but as more countries adopt them, the kinks are slowly being worked out.
It's not just risk, it's liquidity, too

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EDITORIAL

Asset owners and money managers are not dealing with risk, so much as uncertainty. Uncertainty is much more difficult to deal with.