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May 7, 2020
In Focus: Recruiting Talent a Tough Task for Corporate DB Plans

The small pool of top job openings and the often lower pay than on Wall Street are challenges. Still, doing good and buoying an underfunded plan are strong appeals.

Sam Zell: Nice Distressed Real Estate Bargains Are Ahead

The Grave Dancer says virus shock will scar Americans’ psyches, but should benefit bargain hunters like him.

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
ESG shines brightest among Alternatives in April >> New blog added to FTSE Russell’s Market Impact Hub

Amongst alternative indexes, those focused on environmental and social themes performed best in the April rally and the year so far, with the US ahead of its global counterparts. Go to the Market Impact Hub to find out more today >>>

Former PBGC Official Pleads Guilty to Bribery Conspiracy

Jeffrey Donahue could face 15 years in prison for conspiracy to bribe a public official.

Pandemic Blots One Year’s Worth of Gains from Canadian Plans

Corporate, public, and university funds lost a median 7.23% in the first quarter from falling equities, BNY Mellon says.

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.

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