Inquiry relates to private equity investments, expenses, securities lending, and distributions of benefits.
Key issues include reforming minimum investment amounts, stricter oversight and reclassification of targeted employment areas (TEAs), and visa-processing inefficiencies.
Partners tout benefits of blockchain platforms to help industry comply with regulations, among other benefits.
Five funds apply to the Treasury Dept. to have benefits reduced for their members.
New York-based plan expected to resubmit application with revised assumptions.
Hospital System employees argue that pension plans were wrongly classified.
ILPA is focusing on leveraging the experience of the early adopters to push global implementation.
New rules designed to prevent short-term excessive risk-taking, give shareholders input on director salaries.
BHS owner Sir Philip Green will provide funding for a new independent pension plan.
Bill would require disclosure of payments to foreign governments and possibly spotlight unaccounted revenue, but could give foreign governments an advantage.
A best practice includes creating an appropriate investment policy.
Bill may prohibit institutional investors from hiring the same law firm more than once.
Approximately half of Great Britain’s national infrastructure pipeline is expected to be financed by private investors between 2015 and 2021.
The new Investor Stewardship Group is comprised of asset managers and asset owners, with assets of more than $17 trillion.
Michael Cohen and Vanja Baros were “masterminds” behind the hedge fund’s alleged corruption, the SEC claimed.