Largest gains point to domestic, foreign equities.
LCP: Liabilities have risen at a faster pace than assets over the past 10 years.
Tracking service has reported five consecutive quarters of positive results.
Report projects that the multiemployer program's deficit will rise to $80 billion in less than nine years.
Including 2017, compound rate of return is 7.4% over the last four years.
More than 50% of six-figure pensioners are from police, firefighter units, Empire Center reports.
Despite signs of a rebound, sentiment turns negative on the asset class, bringing YTD inflows down to $20.65 billion.
Report finds growth of liabilities is outpacing asset growth.
1.1 million fewer women are receiving a state pension due to an increase in pension age.
Funded ratio sees first increase since March.
ACG New York survey shows most expect private-equity investments will outpace hedge-fund and venture-capital investments in 2H.
However, liabilities outpaced investments, increasing the fund’s deficit.
Report finds new workers face “hostile economic environment.”
UK pensions have more than £900 billion of exposure to LDI.
Private, public equity reap the majority of gains.