Conversations about what role, if any, investors should play in stemming gun violence are heating up since the shootings in Parkland, Fla.
Legalization of marijuana is boosting warehouse prices and rents in some areas.
With the first pooling deadline approaching, U.K. pension fund executives are carefully considering their transition management options.
Rising hedging costs for Japanese investors in U.S. bonds could benefit European credit as well as emerging markets debt and private debt.
The growing market for green bonds still has a way to go before institutional investors increase allocations.
DOL auditors' tough stance on how hard plan sponsors should try to find missing participants is raising a call for more formal guidance.
The SEC's recent guidance on cybersecurity disclosure doesn't ease pressure on investors to seek more transparency, sources said
Acquisition activity for alternative managers is the highest since the financial crisis.
ETF providers are moving into more niche strategies to attract business from institutional money managers.
Shifting billions of dollars in assets on behalf of local government pension funds into eight pools presents a boon to service providers.
More work is needed on the definitions and standards for green bonds to become mainstream institutional investments.
Divestment is not the only course available to institutional owners of gun-makers' stocks.
Institutions are taking a different approach to investing in alternatives, focusing on advantages aside from capital.
ETFs worked as they were supposed to during February's market gyrations.
P&I's Research Center now includes data, including performance, on U.K. pension plans.
Active investing is making a comeback as asset owners broaden their view from fundamental to a variety of investments that target outcomes.
The tax reform law might be a mixed blessing for the private retirement system.
The growing use of target-date funds and ongoing education might have helped investors hold steady during recent market swings.
Asset managers must take a more dynamic role in ensuring that their investment decisions lead to a better world for everyone.