For the world’s largest asset owners

For the world's largest asset owners

Focused editorial analysis of market movements, business challenges, and legislative and regulatory actions.

The small pool of top job openings and the often lower pay than on Wall Street are challenges. Still, doing good and buoying an underfunded plan are strong appeals.

Focused editorial analysis of market movements, business challenges, and legislative and regulatory actions.

Public sector workers want to strike down a provision that stops them from winning higher benefits in retirement.

Portent: Chinese consumers remain fearful about going out after lockdown lifted, ex-Morgan Stanley honcho Roach warns.

The company’s subsidiary, Bloomberg Tradebook, allegedly transferred low-commission client orders to unaffiliated broker dealers.  

Employers will have to increase contributions unless markets rebound sharply, says S&P.

The Grave Dancer says virus shock will scar Americans’ psyches, but should benefit bargain hunters like him.

Jeffrey Donahue could face 15 years in prison for conspiracy to bribe a public official.

Corporate, public, and university funds lost a median 7.23% in the first quarter from falling equities, BNY Mellon says.

The new allocation would provide the portfolio with a new risk-mitigating asset class, citing the support of Bridgewater Associates’ Ray Dalio.

The summer season has been pretty good to stocks over the past eight years, LPL notes.

University projects a $750 million revenue shortfall in FY21 in light of the economic fallout of the coronavirus.

A local investigation found overpayments ranging from $3,000 to $3 million to be recouped.

Designed to fly high during slumps, a bunch of them have disappointed, big time.

Women at higher risk of being hurt by easing of retirement savings requirements.

Aggregate funded ratio for company pension funds rose 2.2 percentage points, the first monthly uptick this year, Wilshire report finds.

FTSE 350 company plans swing to £52 billion deficit from £10 billion surplus during the month.

Source: www.ai-cio.com


Oil and investment asset price declines will affect Kuwaiti solvency: Emir

Oil and investment asset price declines will affect Kuwaiti solvency: Emir

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