Foundations Slowly Come Around to Responsible Investing
A third of U.S. foundations are using or considering responsible investing strategies, a survey found, but obstacles remain.
Kleintop: 3 Reasons to Stay Globally Diversified
Investors who retrench after the Brexit vote could miss out on the next "investing megatrend," Schwab strategist Jeffrey Kleintop says.
Social Impact Bonds Gain Global Momentum
The Social Finance Global Network looks at these public-private partnerships. Here's one (for preschoolers) that panned out and one (for inmates) that didn't.
Managed Futures Rebound in June After Brexit Vote
Managed futures funds hit the jackpot in June, returning 3.9%, their best monthly average return since 2014, eVestment reported.
Pension Benefits May Be More Portable Than You Think: Retirement Think Tank
Many plans allow employees who change jobs to retain and even increase benefits, the National Institute on Retirement Security says.
Top 10 Tax, Estate Planning Issues for Same-Sex Couples
“Today, there are opportunities and protections within reach for same-sex couples that were unavailable during most of American history,” says lawyer John McManus.
Private Student Loan Delinquency Rates Decline
Delinquency and charge-off rates for private student loans are the lowest since before the 2008 financial crisis, according to new research.
Gen Xers, Boomers Struggle With ‘Evolving Realities’ of Retirement: AARP
More than half of Gen Xers and boomers say they don't expect to retire at all, according to an AARP survey.
How OSJs Are Responding to Major Industry Changes
There are three main OSJ business models, according to a study from AssetMark and Aite group, and one is best equipped for the future.
Private Equity Deal Flow Rebounded in Q2: Preqin
Private equity-backed buyout deals totaled $89 billion in the second quarter, Preqin reported.