The Equable Institute’s State of Pensions 2023 report claims that ‘pension funds are addicted to risk.’
Research finds education retirement costs are significantly outpacing education spending.
Job growth, debt, and general economic sluggishness weigh on the laggards, Conning says.
Fund manager reports that some ‘ethical exclusions’ have lowered the fund’s performance.
LGIMA expects heavy fixed income contributions to come.
Report says asset class closes out best five-year stretch in industry history.
Only Luxembourg has a larger pension gender gap in Europe.
Nearly half of plan sponsors do not consider themselves a fiduciary.
International markets to lead growth, active management to make a resurgence.
Data shows retirement prospects for today’s workers not are ‘not the disaster’ other reports suggest.