The funded ratio of the 100 largest US corporate pensions rises to 85.4%.
Fund reports ‘possible economic slowdown’ for 2020.
Merger talks began in July, continuing industry consolidation trend among giant pensions Down Under.
Fund to buy a 45% stake in one of the Asian nation’s top toll roads.
Ruling likely to make trustees shy away from payment plans for defaulted employers.
New developer announced a week after the fund terminated the previous developer’s contract.
Global equities spur 3.2% return for second quarter.
Comptroller Stringer’s push for major shareholders to change board structure, climate change views, is paying off.
FBI launches investigation into cyberattack; pension claims it’s ‘certain the stolen funds will be recovered.’
Private markets now make up around 40% of the pension plan’s assets under management.
Legislation condemning Turkey for its failure to recognize the Armenian Genocide would result in California divestments.
Regulator credits ongoing preparations for mitigating Brexit risks to UK businesses.
CIO and investments chairman say faculty, student protests did not push the decision.