Prudential Loses Appeal, Is Designated a SIFI by FSOC
Under the Dodd-Frank Act, Prudential is entitled to bring an action within 30 days in federal court to have the final determination rescinded.
Big Questions Lurk in LTC’s Future
LTC specialists are at odds over what recommendations they believe the Long-Term Care Commission will submit to Congress on Thursday.
Corporate Pension Plan Managers Focusing on Cost Management, Employee Satisfaction
Companies are closing their pension plans, shrinking the funding gap, implementing liability-driven investment strategies and transferring risk to third parties, a Prudential survey of CFOs found.
Workers Need Retirement Motivation: Prudential
Most employees are only moderately motivated to save for retirement, according to research released May 30 by Prudential.
New Hire Roundup: Magner Moves Up at Mercer
This week in new hires, Mercer announced a new position for Liana Magner and NAPFA named three to its board of directors.
Top 20 Companies for Annuity Sales: Q1
Variable annuity sales continue to struggle despite sustained equity market gains, says LIMRA annuity research director Joseph Montminy.
Low Interest Rates Wallop Retirees: EBRI
The low-interest-rate environment “has an extremely large impact on failure rates” when it comes to meeting retirement goals, EBRI's research director says.
Jud Bergman: The 2013 IA 25 Extended Profile
Envestnet began as a turnkey asset management provider, where it remains a leader punctuated by its announced acquisition in mid-April of Prudential’s Wealth Management Solutions, with its $12 billion in assets.
LinkedIn Courts Advisors as Social Media Use Grows
LinkedIn super user Cathy Curtis of Curtis Financial Planning says she uses social media to market her personal brand.
Retirement Plan Consultants Offer Tips for Providers
A survey of retirement plan consultants by Oculus Partners identified some changes service providers need to make to their businesses in order to grow.