Indexes now make up a bit more than one-third of funds, but will reach 50% in two years, the agency says.
As defined benefit plans shrink, supplemental plans are growing – but full participation may be hard to achieve without automatic enrollment.
The 100 largest corporate DB plans gain $20 billion in February.
Yale’s asset allocation bears no resemblance to the average university endowment.
Research shows that 54% of divestitures underperformed the markets since 2010.
OECD lowers its GDP forecasts for nearly all G20 countries.
What two new bills might do to help some of the fund’s retirees.
Brexit expected to bring higher volatility and deficits for pensions.
Size matters, as the larger funds outperformed the smaller ones.
Funded level of Segal Group model falls to 95% from 102%.
Preqin report says high pricing is putting pressure on future returns.
Cambridge Associates says despite volatility, cryptoasset industry is developing, not faltering.
Investment losses lead to $306 billion funding loss.
EU analysis says US GDP would drop 3.4% by 2030.