Editor-in-Chief Charles Ruffel on PLANSPONSOR's First Ten Years
By Executive Editor Nevin Adams
All too often, the things that make all the difference are the things you don't see
Of lessons learned and relearned
Both unique and distinguishable, yet still part of a larger mosaic
The personalities that have given shape to the institutional investment business
The boundaries in which we all must operate...
Bonds Come in From the Cold
Brian Storms, UBS Global Asset Management Americas & Blake Grossman, Barclays Global Investors
The Beginning of a Common Language
The Case for Boutiques
The Rethinking of International Investing
Ten years' worth
Holiday road bumps and winds
The Medium and the Message
Pensions and the Web
Oligarchy Yes, Oligarchical No
Rain or Shine, Intermediaries Thrive
Back to Basics
"One" For All?
Scale Shapes the Big "O"
Stuck In the Middle?
Too Close For Comfort?
Whatever Happened to Managed Care?
2001 Plan Sponsor of the Year
Assistant Secretary, Employee Benefits Security Administration
Nobel laureate, co-founder Financial Engines
Chief Operating Officer, Fidelity
President & CEO, Employee Benefit Research Institute
2003 Plan Sponsor of the Year
2002 Plan Sponsor of the Year
Founder of Brinson Partners
President & Chief Executive Officer, GE Asset Management
President & CEO, Mellon HR Solutions
Karen Friedman, director of policy strategies, the Pension Rights Center
CIO at the California Public Employees' Retirement System
Chief Executive Officer, Frank Russell
Barclays Global Investors' Patricia Dunn and State Street Global Advisors' Nicholas Lopardo
Republican from Ohio & Democrat from Maryland
Founder, Institutional Shareholder Services
Executive director of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
"What experience and history teach is thisthat people and governments never have learned anything from history, or acted on principles deduced from it"GWF Hegel, Philosophy of History, 1821
PLAN SPONSOR COMPENSATION
From Wall Street trading desks to the halls of Washington, ever more attention is being focused on derivatives risk. Pensions and endowments, however, are just starting to catch on.
1993 FUND SCOREBOARD FOR 401(K) PLANS
Defined Contribution Plans
When the tide flows and the wind blows, being a chief executive of an investment management firm is bliss.