Many states have laws penalizing companies that boycott Israel, but public pension plans' divesting is rare
Australian commission proposal for a new default mechanism that diminishes role of unions is seen stalling ahead of election favoring Labor.
A tough fourth quarter for the markets, exacerbated managers' concerns about fee compression and expenses, leaving many to opt for job cuts.
The recession triggered an unprecedented number and magnitude of public pension reforms that offer lessons and cautions for future efforts.
Lockheed Martin's pension buy-in could open the doors for more U.S. corporate pension plans to make innovative derisking decisions.
SSGA, which is failing to thrive in the passive management business, is focusing on portfolio construction and more active management.
Major exchanges have asked a federal court to stop the SEC's transaction fee pilot program.
Anadarko Petroleum plans to contribute $155 million to its pension plans in 2019, down from $244 million in 2018.
PPL Corp. contributed $50 million to its U.S. pension plans last month and expects to contribute about $277 million to its U.K. DB plans.
Lone Star Funds closed its latest private debt fund, Lone Star Fund XI, at $8.2 billion.
Allianz's AUM fell 2% in the quarter and flat for the year ended Dec. 31, to $2.24 trillion, caused by December's falling markets.
The aggregate funded status of the 100 largest U.S. public pension plans fell to an estimated 67.2% as of Dec. 31, from 72.9% on Sept. 30.
Adrien Beuriot was named head of continental Europe asset management, real estate at Aviva Investors.
Caterpillar Inc. plans to contribute a total of $170 million to its global defined benefit plans in 2019.
Eduardo Guardia was named CEO of Brazilian money manager BTG Pactual Asset Management, effective July 1.