In Deloitte poll, some 58% say now is a good time to take risks.
Surveyed investors prefer advice from human interaction versus AI, whereas tech is preferred as strategy tool.
Respondents also said they prefer a better benefits package over a larger salary.
59% of investors believe that the significant asset flows into passive products is suppressing market volatility.
Survey finds 19% of defined benefit plans have a funded status higher than 101%.
The majority of 25- to 34-year-olds have no investments, and lag in savings.
Report finds that four in 10 Britons are not saving for retirement.
Nearly 80% of all respondents are now contributing more than the minimum level of funding to their DB plans, survey says.
Only 14% of workers around the world have a written strategy for retirement.
Mercer says decline may be due to uncertainty over Brexit negotiations.
Private equity, private debt are most well-received asset classes.
NEPC survey finds responders more optimistic about US economy despite political uncertainty.
Preqin study finds main concerns are the exit environment, fundraising, and performance.
ACG New York survey shows most expect private-equity investments will outpace hedge-fund and venture-capital investments in 2H.
Survey finds only 20% of the UK believe employer pensions will make the most of their money.