At least one financial regulator suspects you are.
News Archive: Jul - 2014
Two state-owned companies could be relieved of a significant chunk of pension liabilities if new oil sector rules are passed by Mexico’s government.
The end of mandatory annuitization will likely mean a leaner workforce at the UK provider.
Investors are increasingly re-allocating capital from traditional fixed income and alternatives to private debt, Preqin has said.
Record demand for inflation-linked assets has seen the UK’s latest debt auction three times over-subscribed.
The firms that didn’t make the list may be as surprising as those that did.
The European banking giants have been questioned by US regulators for possible securities law violations concerning high frequency trading.
As legislators grapple over another highway bill funded on pension smoothing, former PBGC Director Charles Millard calls for the measure to be made permanent.
Swiss bank UBS has argued that a recent wobble by a Portuguese bank demonstrates how susceptible markets are to bad news.
More regulation won’t work, says a UK think tank and suggests bankers take the moral high ground.
S&P Dow Jones Indices has outlined steps to identifying the Bentley of equities.
Firms highly invested in innovation allocated more to private equity while companies with large land holdings invested heavily in real estate, according to a study.
David Winters’ hedge fund has launched an attack on the soda company, and apparently has the interest of at least one major institutional shareholder.
Prudential has insured £300 million of liabilities of Philips’ UK pension.
Interim CIO Ted Eliopoulos called the equities portfolio’s 25% return “a very big number.”