Senators seek to stymie Americans’ retirement savings being invested in China and other "countries of concern."
Tag: Hedge funds
Do small investors feel mistreated by the markets?
In recent years, hedge funds have not assumed sufficient risk to deliver attractive performance, but Willis Towers Watson suggests new approaches they can take to remain relevant.
How moving beyond equities and bonds can benefit investors
Investors are looking to allocate to higher yielding areas, and are increasingly considering non-traditional asset classes.
If the pension plans included in the study, sponsored by NAREIT, had reversed their REIT and hedge fund allocations over the 1998 through 2014 period, at the end...
Retirement plans across the U.S. argued they were misled about the riskiness of funds exposed to the firm’s much-maligned “London Whale” trading losses in 2012.
Daily valuation and trading issues associated with illiquid asset classes do not outweigh their potential performance benefits within DC plans, an analysis finds.
Growth without the drawdown risk in a defined benefit plan? Alternatives may be an answer, some experts say.
As plan advisers are increasingly focused on new strategies to improve plan participant outcomes, liquid alternatives may present an opportunity to diversify retirement portfolios.
A lawsuit filed by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) pension fund claims New York investment manager Alphonse Fletcher Jr. defrauded investors of $50 million.