A new transparency law and a seller's market for private equity investments are putting California public pension funds at a disadvantage.
The Labor Department's recent attempt at clarifying guidance on ESG investing has some industry stakeholders scratching their heads.
U.S. tax law changes could make LDI investing tougher by crimping issuance of long-duration corporate bonds.
The threat of trade wars and rhetoric around protectionism have hit pension funds in the first quarter of 2018.
International Property Funds Management must prove itself, but alignment with its owners should speed the process, analysts say.
Money management has seen a number of transformative and bolt-on M&A deals, but sources think a catalyst is needed before more happen.
P&I's editorial team was recognized by the American Society of Business Publication Editors with six awards for news coverage.
Private equity investors are taking a shine to the retirement services industry.
New regulations are changing the DC landscape in the U.K., prompting money managers and others to take a new look at opportunities.
In the trend toward tactical or thematic exchange-traded funds, do institutional investors need to go wider and sponsor an ETF?
New Zealand Super, a member of Focusing Capital on the Long Term, seeks to do just that with a consortium to build and run a rail line.
Pensions & Investments and DCIIA are seeking entries for the Excellence and Innovation Awards program.
Some ESG investors feel like they are stuck in a game of pingpong on ESG guidance, building trades union pension fund officials welcome it.
FedEx signed an agreement to purchase a group annuity contract with MetLife to transfer about $6 billion in U.S. pension plan obligations.
Investment Management Corp. of Ontario is a different kind of manager startup.
Faced with increased competition and a changing market environment, multiasset fund managers are working to differentiate themselves.
Small-cap strategies dominated the top 10 equity managers, while high-yield bonds led the list of top performers in fixed income for the year ended March 31.
The Labor Department is not outlawing ESG, but is telling fiduciaries not to be overzealous.
With so many workers failing to save enough — or anything — for retirement, it's time to re-examine the U.S. retirement system.
The Labor Department's recent bulletin reiterating its policy on ESG factors is a reminder that fiduciaries must weigh ESG-related investments as carefully as any other.
Our findings call into question plaintiffs' claims that using higher fee funds in DC plans is necessarily against participants' interests.