Editorial

Renewed focus, action needed for defined contribution plan annuities

OPINION -

OPINION -

It is time to move forward and clear the path to providing in-plan annuities options for defined contribution plan participants.
Hidden risks in diversification

OPINION -

OPINION -

Fixed-income portfolios might not be providing the diversification asset allocators hope for.
Tax cuts, bonds and the look ahead

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editorial -

The far-reaching Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that Congress passed on Dec. 20 is likely to affect institutional investors for years.
Need for diversity goes beyond boardroom

Opinion -

Opinion -

Boards of directors should be urged to do is press for greater diversity throughout the executive and managerial levels, and the entire workforce.
Time to stop high-risk gamble

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OPINION -

With predictions of long-term stock returns of 5% per year, it's time for public fund executives to end their high-risk, high-return gamble.
As bull market loses steam, investors should rethink expectations

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PRINT -

Some institutional investors are warning the next few years are unlikely to be as rewarding, at least in the U.S. markets, and that expectations should be tempered.
SEC must make enforcement a real priority

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EDITORIAL -

The markets need an attentive and active police force prowling the byways to ensure securities laws are obeyed and investors are protected.
Tax reform? Hold your breath

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EDITORIAL -

For the moment at least, defined contribution plans have emerged relatively unscathed from the House of Representatives' major tax reform proposals.
Failing U.S. retirement system needs to be fixed

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Editorial -

All three legs of the "three-legged stool" that is the U.S. retirement system are in dire need of repairs.