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Top priority for smaller DC plans: improving financial wellness programs

PIMCO survey shows financial wellness program design is one of the high-growth opportunities for small-plan DC consultants.

Boat in rough seas
Asset owners chart route in rough economic waters

Investors from around the world talk with P&I about how they are navigating volatile markets, rising interest rates and inflation.

Allianz HQ
AllianzGI's unprecedented fall ends with U.S. ban

Allianz Global Investors has paid an unprecedented penalty for investor losses two years after its Structured Alpha strategies collapsed.

Shelly Heier
Consultants group backs template from ILPA that pushes transparency

A consultant group is turning its attention to gathering diversity data from alternatives managers.

Nancy Lashine
Move into home rentals prompts growing outcry

Single-family home rentals are gaining favor with institutional investors, but groups are pushing back.

Foreign managers count on China market's inefficiency for years to come

Beijing is pushing to make China's market more institutional but foreign managers expect alpha-friendly retail dominance for years to come.

Rene Martel
Managed accounts are coming up short, some say

PIMCO's DC survey reveals consultants' managed-account criticisms, such as inadequate cooperation by participants.

Jason Fletcher
U.K. pools gaining critical mass, and investment choices

Seven years after U.K. pools were formed to reduce costs and widen opportunities for local government pension funds, assets are growing.

Cliff Asness
ESG factors increasingly put into hedge funds

Hedge fund firms are considering ESG launches but obstacles include mismatches between quick-moving hedge fund trades and slow ESG progress.

Students show engagement chops to win competition

The Intentional Endowments Network has announced the latest graduate and undergraduate winners of its Corporate Engagement Competition.