Report estimates that pension plans’ funding status rose to 101% at year-end 2017.
Study finds public pensions added $137.3 billion to state and local coffers in 2016.
While most strategies recovered, liquid alternatives struggled for the third month in a row.
Paradise Papers reveal $30 million invested in offshore hedge funds and private equity firms.
Milliman reports a 1.7% drop in the funded ratio of US DB plans from the end of 2017.
Aggregate funded level of 5,588 pensions increased 5.6% over the past 12 months.
Report finds investments focused on Asia-Pacific region have been mutually beneficial.
Defined benefit plans return 0.2% after gaining 4.4% in previous quarter.
Although liabilities climb, shortfalls shrink by $58 billion.
Auto enrollment helps portion of workers with pensions rise to 73% from 47% in five years.
Government windfall rises to £110 million from £10 million in 10 years.
Report shows pensions’ funding ratio increased 2% in April.
Consultant JLT suggests plans de-risk following monetary policy discussions, regulator warnings.
Report touts benefits of incorporating ethical investing into fixed income.
Men receive an average of £153.86 a week, compared to £125.98 for women