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Issue Date: Monday, April 15, 2019
A number of foreign managers are racing to get arrangements in place to trade mainland bonds before weighting in indexes becomes material.
Private market assets are a growing part of investors' portfolios, but the industry is still settling on accurate benchmarks.
U.S. regulators may not be set to require company disclosure of ESG risks, but some institutional investors vow to keep up the fight.
The debate circling around MMT has not escaped institutional investors, who want to know their money manager's take on the macroeconomic view.
Resurrected after the global financial crisis, the venture capital market in Europe is luring institutional investors back from the sidelines.
Some observers report early signs of an exodus of money management firms following Brunei's new law punishing homosexuality and adultery.
Sources warned money management businesses are yet to learn what the real costs of Brexit will be
Sponsors of small and midsize plans may not be getting a good deal on fees, particularly if they're charged a percentage of plan assets.
PIMCO survey shows shift in focus for DC consultants and their clients.
Defined contribution record keepers continued to focus on financial wellness, cybersecurity and digital engagement in 2018 — a year in which assets under administration rose nearly 8%.
Stakeholders with a host of backgrounds are awaiting the SEC's final rule on Reg BI, the implications of which remain to be seen.
Leverage can change the benchmarking equation.
Fundraising momentum and a regulatory push from the European Commission are fueling the venture capital ecosystem in Europe.
Principal Financial Group will acquire the institutional retirement and trust business of Wells Fargo & Co. for $1.2 billion.
Blackstone Alternative Asset Management and Prisma Capital Partners filed separate lawsuits this week against Kentucky Retirement Systems.
How fees affect small and midsize defined contribution plans.
Congress appears ready to tackle issue of millions of private-sector employees not having access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan.
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.