U.S. Ranks 19th In World For Retirement Security
The United States ranked 19th in retirement security for the second year in a row, according to a report from Natixis Global Asset Management that ranked 150 countries based on health care, finances, economic well-being and quality of life factors.
U.S. Gets 19th Place In Retirement Security Rankings
Retirees in the United States are worse off than those living in Norway, Israel, Slovenia and more than a dozen other countries.
Pensions: Get Your Future Savings Sorted
Almost half (49%) of Brits are unsure whether they will opt out of auto-enrolment, the new workplace pension scheme the Government is forcing employers to offer staff.
U.S. Financial Advisors Question Traditional Portfolio Construction, Turn Toward Alternatives Even For Mass Market Investors, Finds Natixis Global Asset Management Study
Financial advisors believe traditional diversification and portfolio construction techniques need replacement, and are questioning the relevance of time-honored asset allocation strategies that rely on a 60/40 mix of stocks and bonds and long-term, buy-and-hold approaches, according to a study of 163 U.S.-based advisors released today by Natixis Global Asset Management (NGAM), one of the 15 largest asset managers in the world.