Credit rating agency Moody’s says plan sponsors could save on contributions next year but warns they could be “kicking the can down the road”.
AQR’s founder argues expected returns are likely to be lower and risks higher, as factor investing becomes more popular.
Risk parity powerhouses on why the strategy delivered on its promises during the recent days of stock markets crashes and rallies.
Aviva Investors’ Trevor Welsh joins the UK’s lifeboat fund as its first head of LDI.
In a market dominated by one insurer, Lincoln Electric made a rare choice in purchasing annuities from Principal Financial.
Don’t hold out for cheaper liability hedges that may never materialize, Redington warns.
Insurers are bolstering coverage for asset managers against the US regulator’s clampdown on the sector.
UK companies are cutting pension contributions even as deficits spiral, a report has found.
Chasing ever-faster data transfer speeds are a “dead end” for stock exchanges, Norway’s sovereign wealth fund argues.
A survey by Aon Hewitt suggests that pension insurers may have to fish in smaller ponds to attract buy-out business.