F/m Investments has asked the SEC for the right to classify an ETF series as mutual funds to be accessible for 401(k) participants.
Vanguard and BlackRock saw gains from passive mutual fund and ETF management, with JP Morgan gaining on active, according to Simfund data.
Proprietary recordkeeper fund options can be worth the fee reduction in investment plans, but they must be looked at carefully, note advisers in a PLANADVISER practice progress webinar.
Kristie Feinberg will take over as head of Manulife Investment Management in U.S., Europe, and John Hancock Investment Management; Barbara Reinhard named CIO of Voya’s investment arm.
The CIT division purchased by private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners is now its own entity selling the popular 401(k) investment vehicle.
While market depreciation drove TDFs off a record '21, inflows stayed strong, according to Morningstar.
Requests for proposal from plan sponsors for DC advisory services are on the uptick, according to industry players.
Experts discuss how to diversify—and remain calm—despite the headlines.
Putnam brings its first ESG-focused target-date series to defined contribution plans, with plans for further choice, personalization.
The country’s largest mutual life insurer taps Naïm Abou-Jaoudé from a subsidiary to head its investment division, overseeing $371 billion in AUM.
CEO Tim Armour will be replaced by Mike Gitlin in a wide-sweeping change at the top of one of the leading mutual fund providers for defined contribution retirement plans.
DCIO is out; co-distribution is in, according to a panel discussion at the LeafHouse National Retirement Symposium.
As they head into 2022, DCIO sales and marketing units report appreciating stock prices and improved net sells that they expect to continue.
TIPs, emerging market equities and commodity-oriented investments are seen as safe hedges right now.
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