Fidelity Investments named its chief technology executive Steve Neff as the new leader of its asset management business.
A University of Missouri System committee proposed closing the school's hybrid plan to new employees and starting a DC plan for new hires.
Stacy Schaus will retire as executive vice president and defined contribution practice leader at PIMCO effective Nov. 21
Denise L. Nappier, Connecticut state treasurer, has proposed steps to strengthen the state Teachers' Retirement Fund.
Risk transfer deals worth £50 billion might need to be restructured following a U.K. High Court ruling on guaranteed minimum pensions.
PIMCO will liquidate its actively managed RealPath target-date series in February.
Two unions representing Puerto Rico teachers and public employees sued the government claiming new DC accounts are being mismanaged.
Amber Rudd was appointed secretary of state for work and pensions, the third minister to hold the role this year.
Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, will be the next chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.
PBGC's financial condition improved in fiscal year 2018, with the single-employer program seeing its first net positive position since 2001.
The Senate confirmed Michelle Bowman to the Federal Reserve Board.
Martin Vang Hansen was named CEO of ATP's real estate arm, replacing Michael Nielsen.
Loomis, Sayles & Co. early next year will combine with McDonnell Investment Management.
Sandy Sinor was named senior vice president and director of public funds and Taft-Hartley plans at Northern Trust Asset Management.
Legislation was introduced in the Senate to change the current non-refundable saver's credit into a refundable, government match.