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May 5, 2020
In Focus: Too Much Leverage, Too Much Risk Are Weighing Down Hedge Funds

Designed to fly high during slumps, a bunch of them have disappointed, big time.

Funding for Corporate Plans Ticks Up After Record April

Aggregate funded ratio for company pension funds rose 2.2 percentage points, the first monthly uptick this year, Wilshire report finds.

Why Did Bill Ackman Unload His Berkshire Stake?
Stock Market’s Rise Doesn’t Jibe with Overvalued P/E, Stovall Warns
How Asset Allocators Are Planning Life Back in the Office
Rhode Island CIO Departs for Washington Hospital System
New Jersey to Postpone Pension Payments
Pandemic Relief Could Risk Spousal Retirement Security

Women at higher risk of being hurt by easing of retirement savings requirements.

UK Corporate Pension Funding Hammered by Pandemic in April

FTSE 350 company plans swing to £52 billion deficit from £10 billion surplus during the month.

In Focus: Institutional Investors Are Well-Suited to Be a Major Source of Capital for the US Infrastructure Agenda

Infrastructure is a hot topic in the upcoming fourth coronavirus stimulus package, and the world’s wealthiest asset managers, bearing an appetite for portfolio resiliency and diversification, could be of great assistance.

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