Everybody Wants Duration Even as Fed Normalization Draws Near
An analyst says insurers’ and pension funds’ needs could put a cap on 30-year bond rates.
Koch-Backed AFP Targets At-Risk Democrats for Tax Plan Support
The first targets are Tammy Baldwin, Joe Donnelly and Claire McCaskill.
The Guggenheim Wars: Internal Revolt Said to Split Boutique Firm
Sammons, an employee-owned company, owns about one-third of Guggenheim’s voting shares.
TIAA Calls for More Annuities in Workplace Retirement Plans
Workers face a "guarantee gap" that threatens their retirement security, TIAA says.
Canadian Credit Issuance May Hit Record Volume This Year
A Sun Life investment manager sees a market hungry for larger deals.
A Historical Defense of the All-American Estate Tax
One thing about it: Andrew Carnegie liked it.
RetireUpPro Offers Real-Time Income Planning
RetireUpPro originated as a response to the Labor Department’s fiduciary rule.
7 Ways the New Tax Fight Could Hit Annuities
Policymakers could find more ways to empty, and pawn, Americans' nest eggs.
Auctus Hopes to Offer Blockchain-Based Annuity Distribution
The international startup would like to start an annuities marketplace by the end of the year.
3 Ways Fixed Annuities Can Outperform Bond Mutual Funds
Some flavors of 'plain vanilla' may be better, for some clients, than others.