Defined Benefit Plans

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U.S. Pensions Compete With Gulf Funds For First Shot At PE Deals

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US pension funds are rapidly losing ground to deep-pocketed Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds.

When Pensions Reduce Clients' Social Security Benefits

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Clients with noncovered pensions can have any potential Social Security benefits reduced or eliminated.

Don't Wait For The 'Great Wealth Transfer'

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Long before the assets move, important decisions are being made about you.

All-Cap Withdrawal Magic

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Could a less constrained allocation unleash higher withdrawal rates for retirees?

Coming Wave Of 'Peak' Boomer Retirees Is In Serious Trouble, ALI Study Says

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The retirement surge will impact people's lives and the national economy, a former Clinton administration official said.

Preparing For Higher RMDs This Year

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A good year in the markets also means higher required distributions from retirement accounts.

A Bold New Choice For Retirement Security

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This remarkable solution to enhance retirement security is found in the most unlikely of places: life insurance.

Inflation Hurting Retirement Confidence, MFS Survey Says

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Only 34% of retirement plan participants were confident that they could retire when they wanted to.

Calpers, Other Public Pensions Pump Billions Into Private Credit

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Retirement plans are seeking higher returns, but there are risks.

Carlyle Weighs Foray Into Market That's Transforming Pensions

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Companies are paying insurers to take on their financial obligations to pensioners.

Politics Influencing Investment Decisions, Nationwide Finds

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Many Americans fear the 2024 presidential election could affect their retirement plans.

Creative Planning Buys Mesirow's Retirement Advisory Unit

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The Chicago-based team serves more than 350 retirement plans representing $13 billion in assets.

Retirement Plans Improve Digital Experience, J.D. Power Says

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Investing in digital technology can help firms remain connected with their clients, the firm says.

Auto Workers Aren't Striking Only For Higher Wages. They Want Their Pensions Back, Too

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Some American workers have become wise to the drawbacks of defined contribution plans versus traditional pensions.

Biggest U.S. Pension's Investment Boss Pushed Sports Deals Before Calling It Quits

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Former Calpers CIO Nicole Musicco called for more sports investments and "stadium deals."

Calpers CIO Musicco To Step Down After Less Than Two Years

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Calpers, the largest U.S. pension, has faced pressure to hit its 6.8% return target.

Great Recession Damaged Late Boomer Retirement Nest Eggs, Researchers Say

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Late boomers' retirement assets Are 14.5% lower compared with earlier retirees, according to Boston College researchers.

Our Pensions Shouldn't Be Used To Juice The Economy

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Efforts to increase the share of private equity investment in retirement funds are misguided and dangerous.

State Pension Funding Rebounds On Stock Gains, Wilshire Says

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The gains left state pensions with assets sufficient to cover 78.2% of promised benefits as of June 30.

SageView To Acquire $5.2B San Diego Retirement Plan Consulting Firm

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RBG also includes a wealth management business and was founded in 2010.

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