Katten survey indicates that with companies holding large amounts of unallocated capital, middle-market private equity dealmakers see financial services, technology and insurance acquisitions as big opportunities for 2023.
The lawsuit seeks an injunction against the rule, set to take effect Monday, which would allow ESG considerations in retirement plan investment decisions.
Current Deputy CIO Carol Tusch is replacing Bob Hunkeler, who will retire at the end of the quarter after leading the investment office of International Paper for 26 years.
Former CIO Rick Pitcairn moves into a newly created global strategy role.
Sponsors no longer need to block new workers from defined benefit pensions, as the programs are an advantage, says a study.
Shareholder proposals have been filed with Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Royal Bank of Canada.
If adopted, the proposal would prohibit transactions that allow asset-backed issuers to benefit from an adverse event affecting the security.
In the culture wars’ latest front, how sustainable principles affect equities is a burning topic addressed in a recent research study.
State & Municipal Treasurers Publish Letter Encouraging McCarthy to Make Deal on Federal Debt Ceiling
They say a default would be ‘catastrophic’ and devalue portfolios, damaging pension funds and 401(k) plans.
It’s a creature of another time, and active management is needed for today’s challenges, the investment legend argues.
One out of four asset owners expect to use an outsourced chief investment officer in the next two years, says report.