GLOBAL - Have you missed the biggest stories in pensions this week? Find out below, as we list the top 10 most popular stories on www.globalpensions.com over the past seven days.
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US - Massachusetts is considering an increase to its state employee retirement age and a change in the way state pensions are calculated in a bid to save more than $7bn in costs.
GLOBAL - Institutional investment managers expect global inflation to increase and interest rates to rise in the coming months, research by Northern Trust suggests.
GLOBAL - BNY Mellon has launched a new Sovereign Institutions Group to cater for sovereign pension plans, wealth funds and central banks.
NETHERLANDS - ING Groep NV, the largest Dutch financial-services company, said it is in talks with potential bidders for parts of its global real estate investment unit as the firm is seeking to reduce property-related risk.
US - Telecommunications giant AT&T is to cut $17bn from retained earnings and take a $2.7bn non-cash charge on its fourth quarter 2010 results following changes to the way it calculates its pension assets.
JAPAN - The adoption of new benchmarks by some Japanese pension funds is set to boost their holdings of emerging markets shares, says Goldman Sachs Investment Research.
US - General Motors has contributed $2bn worth of shares to its US pension plans to complete a $6bn cash and shares funding plan.
GLOBAL - Russell Investments has appointed Darren Spencer as director of global alternative investments in its institutional consulting group.
GLOBAL - Over 80% of global institutional investors plan to add new private equity managers to their rosters in the next two to three years, new research shows.
Life expectancy in the UK saw no improvement between 2015 and 2017 as the number of people aged over 90 hit a record high, latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) data reveals.
Self-administered pension funds spent £14bn on payments to pensioners in Q2 2018, but only received £11.4bn of contributions (net of refunds), latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) data reveals.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has named the 17 members of its inaugural policy board after a competitive application process with 60 candidates.