LDI and annuitization don't tell the whole story on de-risking, and NISA research says it’s worth taking a look at the broader spectrum.
Thought it was only active managers who resorted to spin? Think again.
The majority of target-date funds are still too aggressive in the decade leading up to members’ retirement, according to research into fund performance.
Even DC investors approaching retirement in 2008 would have been better to ride out that market than blunt decades of returns by paying to hedge tail risk, according to researchers.
Facing up to obligations is tricky, which may be why pension funds focus on their investment portfolio most of the time.
The largest ever deal is struck to insure against the improving longevity of pensioners in the UK.
A guide from Morningstar to help you pick the right fund for your portfolio.
The New York City Teachers’ Retirement System is the latest pension fund in the United States to divest since the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy.
Longevity has become a real headache for investors with liabilities to consider, but they may be working from the wrong numbers, new research suggests.
Researchers have condemned lax regulation for allowing US public pension funds to “camouflage” the real cost of benefits and take on potentially “reckless” risk.
The risk transfer market in the UK is growing and a US insurer wants a piece of the action.
The real threat to annuity providers is not a standalone risk, but a combination of them, according to a study.
Asset classes are the primary elements of a portfolio, but a factor-based investment approach has an array of benefits, Callan Associates says.
Despite aging populations, the market for longevity risk products is underdeveloped, according to a study.
A report by Aperio Group finds that the risk among endowments to divest from coal and major carbon producing industries can be negligible.