Total buyouts could reach $500 billion by 2016 if interested plan sponsors annuitize just half of their liabilities, according to Mercer.
News Archive: Jul - 2015
Relying on cash buckets or tactical selling won’t help pensions meet a rising level of payouts to pensioners, a report has warned.
Forty Under Forty member Kevin Kenneally will become the Fisher Group's director of investments.
Smaller hedge funds outperformed larger peers over the last 20 crisis-ridden years.
Investors will be able to look offshore for opportunities for the first time this decade.
Assertions that mutual funds and management groups pose risks to the wider financial system have been disputed by an industry body.
The $10.6 billion public pension fund and Salient Partners will end their relationship as of August 15.
More than 80% of E&F investors are worried about not being able to meet long-term goals and critical funding needs 10 years from now, according to NEPC.
Employer incentives + member behavioral biases = poor DC outcomes, policy researchers argue.
As the Dallas Police & Fire Pension hunts for a CIO, the reality of the task ahead becomes clear as losses of $460 million are reported.
All but a handful of Stanford’s investment staffers have lost their jobs under new CEO Robert Wallace, CIO has learned.
“Diversify more, expect less” in 2015, say strategists—and don’t dwell too much on the next Federal Reserve announcement.
Coverage ratios tumble in the Netherlands, a nation once lauded for its well-funded pension system.
Three asset owners talk to CIO about protecting their portfolios from the actions of central banks.