A £750 million transaction involving the ICI pension indicates that market turmoil post-referendum has opened up attractive pricing for buy-ins and buyouts.
Regulatory incentives encourage American public plans to take excessive risk in order to report better funding ratios, researchers argue.
Take heed of the ‘Dark Triad’—narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy—research has warned.
Paint company PPG will transfer a portion of its pension liabilities to the two insurance companies.
The Netherlands’ precarious funding situation may be tipped over the edge by Brexit-induced market falls.
Committees have a hard time staying loyal to investment decisions once a strategy underperforms, according to Russell Investments.
The UK’s currency and sovereign debt reacted strongly to last week’s shock result, making liability matching all the more difficult.
The consultant highlighted seven areas where the world’s largest pensions and sovereign wealth funds can improve.
Investor risk perceptions can heavily influence international stock liquidity, a study has found.
Most North American plan sponsors have already adopted liability-driven investing—but some are beginning to consider pension-risk transfers.