Incorporating future service costs and benefits for future participants into a plan’s liability metric can significantly bring down the funding ratio.
News Archive: May - 2014
If you want your children to get into fund management, their choice of educational establishment can help.
Assets run by hedge funds could double but the biggest players are continuing to dominate.
SEC Commissioner Daniel Gallagher has hinted at potential fraud action against “lax accounting standards”.
Scott Evans, former CIO and president of asset management at TIAA-CREF, will begin managing the city’s $150 billion retirement system in July.
The successful candidate for the newly-created role must address a significant funding shortfall and asset valuation concerns.
PIMCO thinks the next five years will be dominated by continuing low interest rates but a return to relative stability.
Warehousing and logistics have piqued the interest of the $360 billion pension investor.
The largest US public pension plan seeks candidates with 15 years of experience, extensive knowledge of investment strategies, and high ethical standards.
Brazilian equities are likely to catch a short term tailwind if the country’s football team triumphs at home tournament this summer, says Goldman Sachs.
The CIO of Switzerland’s PUBLICA pension outlines his views on private debt, ESG, and a top heavy membership.
A multi-billion dollar Taiwanese pension fund is ramping up its allocation to hedge funds.
The $1.94 trillion firm has recruited the former PIMCO senior executive and renowned economist to reassure clients in trying times.
The US asset management giant argues for redemption fees to stop runs on funds in an investigation into financial stability.
The Church Commissioners Fund plans expansion of private equity holdings and defensive equity managers.