Market values crashed only one out of ten times following a major boom over the last 115 years, research has found.
News Archive: Dec - 2015
Research shows participants save nearly $10,000 more per person when offered fewer fund choices.
Continental institutions’ interest in real assets shows no signs of abating.
Advisors and asset managers polish their crystal balls and forecast the performance of stocks, commodities, and other asset classes in the coming year.
It would take the $300 billion fund nearly 20 years to cut the discount rate to 6.5%, during which asset performance could fall drastically, the ratings agency said.
The cash deal ends a three-year legal battle with JP Morgan following the bank’s $6.2 billion loss.
Market capitalization, equal weighted, dividend weighted—one study claims this is not an important decision.
Cyclical drags on hedge funds could lift, but smooth returns are down to manager skill and the right mix of strategies, Aon Hewitt has argued.
The number could grow even higher as more asset managers enter the exchange-traded fund market, according to Cerulli Associates.
Corporate pensions’ allocations to the asset class are falling despite a global rise in interest.
Finance and economic academics have surprisingly strong track records, according to a Morningstar columnist.
Excess charges to asset servicing clients spanned a period of 18 years, the firm said.
Karsten Kallevig is to become CEO of the property subsidiary of Norway’s giant sovereign fund.
By taking on the role of private debt lenders, institutional investors can open their portfolios up to new sources of return and diversification.
The Federal Reserve's rate increase marks the beginning of a tightening cycle that will decrease the value of pension liabilities.