Public commenters expressed concerns over investment restrictions, discount rate calculations.
Texas probes whether BlackRock and other asset managers are boycotting fossil fuels.
The First Quarter Was Bad for Asset Managers’ Stock, Even Though Their Fourth Quarter Earnings Ruled
Amid the market carnage of early 2022, the long-term outlook is good for the money mavens.
With rates pointing up, Northern Trust, BlackRock, and others aim for liquidity-laden institutional clients.
The firm makes a case for TIPS and Chinese government paper, as alternatives.
Other pensions around the country are likely facing similar losses.
The BlackRock CEO is either too radical or too namby-pamby, critics say.
A report finds climate change and a low-return environment are spurring ESG investing among insurers.
MarylandSaves is the first state-sponsored automatic plan to provide income during retirement.
The SECURE Act has lifted barriers and made it easier for firms to offer annuities in retirement plans.
Larry Fink Says We Need to Work With, Not Against Hydrocarbon Companies. But Can We Trust Them Given Their History?
The CEO of BlackRock, the largest money management firm in the world, argued for moving to a more decarbonized business model worldwide.
The asset management giant has signed up five sponsors in a new program aiming to provide a lifetime of retirement income.
They all see a halt to the strong stock rally—anyway the third quarter is usually the worst.