Defined Benefit Plans

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SIFMA, Citing Vanguard, Says Democrats' Wall St. Tax Proposals Will Harm Retirees

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SIFMA warns that taxes proposed by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren will not raise as much money as expected.

White House Zeroes In On Limit To Chinese Stocks In Pension Fund

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The Trump administration is proposing limits on federal pension funds' China investments.

GE Halts Pension Benefits As CEO Targets $8 Billion Deficit Cut

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GE’s stubborn pension deficit has complicated efforts to put the company on more stable ground.

Pension Funds Sink Billions Into More Risky Alternative Assets

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It's been a "mad rush into these private assets,” because of low yields elsewhere.

One-Fifth Of Retirement-Age Americans Are Working, And Their Ranks Are Growing

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The percentage of Americans working after turning 65 is expected to increase to 23.3% in 2028, according to Pew.

Active Management Is Struggling On The Institutional Side, Too

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Active institutional managers by and large are failing to keep pace with their passive benchmarks.

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.

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