Geopolitical tensions point to growing complexity facing U.S. investors amid China’s continued emergence as an economic superpower.
Economists are warning that 2022 will be another uncertain year.
Big market returns, a new administration in the White House and continuing effects of the pandemic are among the top stories of 2021.
Pensions & Investments is recognizing 100 firms to mark the 10th anniversary of its Best Places to Work in Money Management program.
Small-cap strategies dominated equities and high yield led the top-performing fixed-income strategies for the year ended Sept. 30.
Investment consultants had higher assets under advisement in the year ended June 30 than in the prior year due to better client returns.
The funded status of the largest public plans is on the right track after being roughly unchanged for nearly a decade.
Worldwide indexed assets under management rose 35.9% to $20.87 trillion as of June 30, according to Pensions & Investments’ annual survey.
Executives of defined contribution plan sponsors were honored for campaigns that spanned the public and private sectors.
Ongoing innovation in mutual funds and target-date funds will ensure that the popular products continue to thrive in DC plans.
Despite the 2020 market downturn induced by the pandemic, the 500 largest global money managers grew their AUM by 14.5% to $119.5 trillion.