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Issue Date: Monday, July 9, 2018
Some employers offers student debt repayment assistance as a way to attract and retain employees, but the benefit remains quite rare.
With many U.S. workers doing temporary, contract or on-demand work, the pressure is on to help them better prepare for retirement.
Optimizing its $350 billion credit portfolio with more floating-rate and European exposure is a priority, JP Bank's co-CIO says.
Large custodians' lack of cryptocurrency capabilities means hands off for institutional investors.
Following news that Saudi Arabia will be admitted to a major emerging markets index, money managers eye a future IPO for opportunities.
Bridgewater Associates' conversion to a partnership is welcomed by clients and its China All Weather fund is open to existing investors.
Following the White House's proposal to merge the departments of Labor and Education, questions, concerns and hope surround the plan.
Building off momentum from 2017, environmental and social proposals again dominate the 2018 proxy season among U.S. corporations.
Making Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac private entities would affect institutions' real estate portfolios, but how much is an open question.
Toronto-based trend of creating defined benefit plans runs counter to the norm.
One measure pending in Washington seeks to move the needle on the portability of retirement benefits.
DC plan executives should make greater use of variable-rate debt to minimize losses in life-cycle or target-date strategies, experts say.
Japanese and Asian asset owners add European, global flavors to U.S.-dominated credit portfolios amid rise in hedging costs, trade tensions.
With Saudi Arabia set to be admitted to the MSCI Emerging Markets index, money managers are preparing for bigger exposure to the country.
Two U.S. senators introduced legislation in late June that would expand executive authority to reorganize federal agencies.
Investors are looking beyond growth in portfolio construction as market conditions suggest it might be time to focus on other factors.
Workers in the gig economy need more help preparing for retirement, and companies, policymakers, the retirement industry and workers themselves are busy finding solutions.
Ongoing consolidation in many aspects of institutional investment management is leaving many investors wondering what to think.
It won't be long before investors, including public pension funds, will have ample opportunities to invest in the cannabis industry.
The weakening of Europe's economic dependency on the U.S. is the underlying reason for the weakening of the trans-Atlantic alliance.
Institutional investors play a key role in fighting auditor fraud.