Two academics have hit back after their popular measurement for active management was questioned by AQR.
Combining carry and trend strategies could lead to high risk-adjusted returns in both falling and rising interest rate environments.
Streamlining resources—and committing more to DC—will be the future for multinational pensions, a survey has found.
Any plans for a pension buy-in or buy-out are more likely to be delayed as liabilities rose again last year.
Two years after the $190.8 billion pension promised to divest from gun manufacturers, it still has one troublesome holding.
Research suggests companies running large pension deficits are avoiding making bigger contributions.
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.