The firm so well known for LDI has brought onboard a leader in lifetime income products for DC plans.
Investors are not as satisfied with the level of transparency they receive as managers believe, according to Northern Trust.
Investments are getting more complicated and have begun leaving investors' infrastructures behind, according to State Street.
Guy Coughlan has joined the universities’ pension provider in a newly-created position.
The ECB’s €1.1 trillion bond-buying project began yesterday, but investors are sceptical of its long-term impact.
Ultra-low interest rates have led one company to shut its final salary pension in an ominous sign of the effects of central bank policy.
The US$4 billion longevity swap for telecoms company Bell’s pension is “ground-breaking,” says the insurer.
mortality tables added nearly $30 billion in liabilities to the US’ largest
corporate pension plans in 2014, according to Russell Investments.
The $163 billion system has appointed chief risk and compliance officers and an internal auditor.
New accounting standards have come in at a fortunate time for asset/liability ratios, but the positive data is unlikely to last, Fitch Ratings has warned.