Defined Benefit Plans

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Know What You Own: Pensions Gauge Risk After Quest For Big Gains

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After adopting alternatives to reach for returns, pensions are struggling to understand their exposure to risk.

SEC’s Next Top Target? Advisor Revenue Sharing

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The SEC's share class initiative may lead to robust spate of legal complaints and a new initiative.

More Employers Want To Offload Traditional Pension Risk, Says Limra

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Most companies that have 401(k)-type plans are interested in getting rid of defined-benefit liabilities.

CFA Institute Building Tools So Investors Can Understand B-D Conflicts, Costs

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Concerned that the SEC's Regulation Best Interest "missed the mark," the CFA Institute steps in.

U.S. Pension Plan Buyout Sales Rose Above $4.7B in Q2

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Limra SRI said a record number of companies reported contract sales in 2019

Pension World Reels From 'Financial Vandalism' Of Falling Yields

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A recent steep decline in global bond yields adds new pressure to pensions.

House Passes Pension Bailout As Democrats Eye Industrial States

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A House of Representatives bill would bail out multi-employer pension plans on the verge of collapse.

44% Of Americans Feel Their Retirement Plans Are Off Track

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The Fed found concerns about inadequate savings across respondents in all age groups.

Retirement Assets Recover From Fourth-Quarter Swoon

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The nation's retirement assets are up more than 7 percent since the end of last year, a new report says.

The Case For Alternatives In Retirement Portfolios

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Stocks and bonds alone can't do the job for retirees, a panel of investment specialists said.

N.J. Pension To Cut Hedge Fund Exposure 50% Amid High Fees

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The state investment council voted to cut its target allocation to hedge funds to about $2 billion.

Why Income Is A Growing Problem For America's Retirees

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The financial industry is still grappling with replacing the traditional employer-sponsored pension.

MassMutual Launches DB Pension Plan Platform

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The platform expands the company's ability to serve plans with $200 million or more in assets.

State Pension Assets Rise 6% In 2018

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Increased contributions and asset growth helped state pensions increase their funding ratios, a report says.

Working Past Age 65 Easier Said Than Done

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Many boomers say they want to work past retirement age, but employers can make that difficult, a new report says.

When A $240 Billion Corporate Pension Shortfall Is A Good Thing

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Corporate pensions are better funded after tax law changes and a record equity bull market.

Investors Aren't Putting Aside Enough For Retirement

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Can the advisor alert the endangered retirement client in time and get him or her to save more?

29% Of U.S. Pre-Retirees Have No Pension Or Retirement Savings Plan, GAO Says

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Nearly half of pre-retirees don't have a 401(k) or IRA, the report said.

Hired-Gun CIOs To Thrive In Race For $1.7 Trillion From Pensions

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The institutions have turned to these hired guns at a pace that shows no signs of abating.

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