Pension Funds Allege Allianz Mismanaged Assets
Allianz Global Investors is facing six lawsuits after liquidating the hedge funds in question in March.
GE Freezes Pensions to Reduce Deficit, Debt
“Returning GE to a position of strength has required us to make several difficult decisions, and today’s decision to freeze the pension is no exception."
Alcoa Agrees to Extra Pension Contributions
Under an agreement with regulators, the company will pay $150 million into its two largest pension funds after it splits into two separate entities.
Pension Advisers Talk Like CFOs
Institutional investment services providers are ditching their jargon and talking about the influence of investment risk on financial measures like free cash flow and earnings per share.
The Great Pension Derisking
Stung by funding shortfalls time and again, companies are using a variety of tactics to lighten their pension burdens for good.
Five Ways to Profit from Ultra-Cheap Debt
A treasurer lays out the options for a CFO who wants to take advantage of the extremely low interest rates for investment-grade borrowers.
Does Danger Loom for Multiemployer Pension Plans?
Low funding levels could force plan sponsors to raise their contributions and take on greater withdrawal liabilities.