Cash-outs, annuities and terminations become increasingly prevalent.
Union considering industrial action over pension closure.
Study finds that ‘pension freedoms’ have helped Britons save for retirement.
ESG investing has gained significant momentum in Great Britain, with £1.4 trillion in assets under management in the wider investment community in 2015, up from £500 billion in 2013.
Some pension systems may be underfunded forever.
Survey finds double-digit growth of more than 15% in revenues and operating margins, as well as improved risk profiles.
Could it be a stretch to assume a 7.5% return?
Biggest risks are from vows to break with long-standing US foreign policy on trade relations and immigration.
Delinquency rates expected to rise in 2017.
Hedge funds reported gains of 7.4% for the year, but net
outflows of $102 billion.
The Netherlands, France and Germany will hold elections leveraging populist influence.
The telecommunications company has insured an additional $125 million of its UK pension plan.
Low interest rates negated positive returns and higher contributions, according to Willis Towers Watson.
Newly formed hedge funds outperformed established managers in up- and down-markets, while long-only funds without lock-up restrictions suffered significantly during recessions.
Use of environmental, social, and governance factors increased sharply across fund types in 2016.