Illinois Teachers sets its fiscal year 2018 alternative investment plans, approving up to $2.1 billion for private equity and real estate.
The first multiemployer fund approved for a two-pronged rescue plan of benefit cuts and partitioning offers a map for other struggling funds.
Hurricane Harvey is helping to shine a light on the risk the increased incidence of extreme weather is posing on investments.
The U.K.'s Brexit vote is affecting how some institutional investors are thinking through their allocations and investment tenets regarding the region.
Private credit firms are on a hiring spree in search of those with experience in direct lending, loan origination, structured credit and more.
Some firms are breaking from the SaaS-hungry pack and investing in companies that don't yet have a subscription model.
Positive earnings surprises, relatively low valuations and stellar GDP growth have yet to ignite a Japanese stock market rally this year.
Plan sponsors and service providers have until Oct. 6 to submit entries for Pensions & Investments' 2018 Eddy Awards.
Venture capital and private equity managers love subscriptions, but there are pitfalls investing in companies with recurring-fee models.
Many retirement savers aren't taking advantage of a Roth feature in DC plans, even though more sponsors are offering one.
Vanguard Group Inc. has topped $3 trillion in worldwide institutional assets under management, less than two years after reaching $2 trillion.
Academics and quant managers have different opinions on whether exchange-traded funds increase or reduce volatility.
Hurricane Harvey left Houston plan sponsors and money managers scrambling to implement closures and disaster recovery plans.
Executives at Ontario-based public pension plans are enlisting their participants to talk up defined benefit plans to friends and neighbors.
Pensions & Investments' annual look at trends among the world's 300 largest retirement funds.
Managing pension assets and liabilities is a distraction for most companies – and minimizing that distraction can improve corporate efficiency.
Most private-sector employees likely also would choose a DB option over defined contribution plans, but what choice do they have?