The SEC concluded its investigation into Wellington Management.
Global credit conditions are set to weaken next year as growth slows, liquidity tightens and market volatility returns, Moody's warns.
Wells Fargo Bank will pay a total of $43 million to settle two class-action lawsuits over the bank's role as trustee of RMBS trusts.
Goldman Sachs Group's shares hit the lowest in almost two years Monday.
Kumber Husain was named head of private equity, Americas, at DWS Group.
A new analysis finds that a leading idea in efforts to solve the multiemployer pension fund crisis would help only one-third of participants.
Alaska Permanent Fund returned a gross 2.13% during the quarter ended Sept. 30.
Bob Carroll was appointed as head of workplace distribution for MassMutual.
Money management professionals can expect to see a 5% increase in year-end bonus payments over last year.
Tom Gardner was named director for global consultant relations at Jupiter Asset Management.
Canada Pension Plan returned a nominal net 0.6% on its investments in the third quarter.
Investment portfolios are swelling for private foundations, which are continuing to embrace alternatives.
Third-quarter assets under management rose, but publicly traded financial service firms' shares still were hammered in October.
The success of MSCI's initial small-scale A-shares inclusion in its indexes sets the stage for more substantial follow-up.
Danielle Walker and Margarida Correia joined Pensions & Investments as reporters.