Pre-retirement lump-sum withdrawals and lack of annuitization may push retirees towards financial ruin, according to research.
Loading up on renewable energy stocks may not be enough to save your investments in the event of extreme global warming, according to new research.
A paper co-penned by one of the fund's in-house managers assesses hedge funds
within individual institutional portfolios.
As the popularity of factor investing grows, the risks of overcrowding in some areas are also increasing.
High conviction hedge funds could reduce drawdowns but implementation is not easy, according to Cambridge Associates.
A two-fold glide path—targeting both funded status and funding volatility—can improve outcomes over classic LDI, UBS argues.
An academic study has found a correlation between competitive political campaigns and poorly funded defined benefit pensions.
A rare blip for the strategy that has outperformed for 10 years.
The £1.6 billion buy-in of the aviation pension is the second biggest deal of its kind in the UK.
Total buyouts could reach $500 billion by 2016 if interested plan sponsors annuitize just half of their liabilities, according to Mercer.