After a record year for risk-transfer deals, the changing shape of retirement in the UK could mean more capacity for insurers.
Nearly 85% of the world’s largest investors have failed to implement climate-risk management systems, according to the nonprofit Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP).
Don’t expect bond yields to suddenly soar once interest rates are moved—there’s much more to it than that, says Moody’s.
Research Affiliates has advised investors diversify and find opportunities in emerging market currencies to avoid being burned by an overvalued dollar.
As asset returns dip into the negatives, it may be wise to take less risk rather than more.
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.