One of Europe’s top insurers has unveiled an impressive performance for a low-rate market.
News Archive: Mar - 2014
Has confidence in developing economies has returned? One European bank has called the bottom of the market.
After five months of trial, five of Bernie Madoff’s former employees were found guilty of aiding the largest Ponzi scheme of all time.
Respected fixed income economist Jim Reid has scaled back his positive credit predictions for 2014.
The former PIMCO CEO has provided an update on the New Normal and its impact on the financial world.
The sovereign wealth fund has committed up to $250 million to oil and gas ventures in North America.
The $201.5 billion pension plan is expected to complete the purchase of the life insurance and reinsurance provider by August 2014.
The UK’s pension fund for charity employers needs a new CEO.
News of subpoenas from the SEC and Justice Department has made little lasting difference in the firm’s share price.
The united platform will be led by Robert Reynolds, current president and CEO of Putnam Investments.
Four of the firm’s major competitors have dropped out of the industry in the last 10 months.
The “pressure cooker” environment at PIMCO concerns Morningstar analysts, but there is still a reason for the fund manager to be cheerful.
DB pension funds could benefit from a more flexible DC regime.
Fewer new funds were launched in 2013 than in previous years, but total assets under management reached $2.93 trillion last month.
Morningstar analysts have downgraded PIMCO’s stewardship grade from B to C following a visit to the California-based fund company.