Editorial

Tax reform? Hold your breath

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

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Updated mortality tables issued by the IRS could create headaches for single-employer defined benefit plan sponsors.
Still more victims in cyber wars

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No one will want to be the Equifax of the financial services sector.
ESG factors a welcome addition to portfolio management

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The discussion of the merits of including environmental, social and governance factors in investment decisions seems to be over. Research suggests that correctly used they do not add to risk or hurt...
Not every worker is offered a choice

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Most private-sector employees likely also would choose a DB option over defined contribution plans, but what choice do they have?
Buyouts could be a win-win

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Managing pension assets and liabilities is a distraction for most companies – and minimizing that distraction can improve corporate efficiency.
A welcome push for climate-risk disclosure

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Two of the largest institutional investment management firms are focused on an issue of corporate governance. How will others respond?