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How the Ameritech pension fund's Georgia land deal with Kim Basinger turned into one the principals hate to be reminded of.
Proposed changes in the Caisse de depot's management structure raise fears about the separatist Quebec government's plans for the fund.
Oregon's Measure 8 highlights a taxpayer revolt that now targets public employees' pensions.
Iron Workers' District Council of New England
Derivatives' presence in defined contribution plans is growing. Pension sponsors must decide how much of the burden they can realistically leave up to participants.
Confused? Here are some questions to ask your mutual fund portfolio managers about derivatives risk.
The federal employees retirement system is under attack. But is it really the overgenerous system, with dangerously escalating costs, that critics say it is?
Without COLAs, federal employees' retiree benefits would actually amount to less than private sector workers.'
Managers of hospital investment portfolios are a fundamentally risk-averse lot. But with costs and competition rising, the pressure is on to boost returns.
CALPERS, other funds takes the corporate governance crusade overseas
Telecom stocks compete for pension sponsors' attention
Despite image problems, manager of managers woo small Canadian plans
GOP rep threatens a bill to halt ETIs unless Clinton abandons the policy
The advantages of going paperless- and the regulatory problems
Two routes to unbundling 401(k) plans
No one seems to want more regulation of financial markets-but disclosure is another story.
Outsourcing came first to 401(k)s. Now defined benefit plans are catching on
New disclosure regs promise to answer nagging questions about soft dollars
Bring portfolio analysis and performance measurement in-house
Emerging market repos-a new place to park excess cash balances
Investment management and the pension sponsor