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Invesco to buy OppenheimerFunds

October 18, 2018

Invesco Ltd. is betting $5.7 billion that active management has a bright future. It agreed to pay about that amount in a deal with Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. to acquire its OppenheimerFunds, which specializes in picking stocks and...

Invesco said to be in talks to purchase OppenheimerFunds

September 21, 2018

Invesco Ltd. is in talks to buy Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.'s OppenheimerFunds unit, which has more than $248 billion in assets under management, according to a person familiar with the matter. A deal could be announced later this...

Bank of America to sell alternative operations with $20 billion to iCapital

September 19, 2018

Bank of America Corp. agreed to sell businesses that administer alternative investment feeder funds to iCapital Network, a financial technology firm led by a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker. The operations for feeder funds, which pool...

Consolidation of record keepers for 401(k) plans 'worrisome'

September 1, 2018

Consolidation among record keepers in the retirement-plan business has created concern among some financial advisers. While deal activity has waned since a feverish pace of blockbuster acquisitions leading up to 2016, experts believe the frenetic...

MassMutual is considering sale of OppenheimerFunds division

August 10, 2018

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. is weighing a sale of asset manager OppenheimerFunds Inc., which could fetch at least $5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. The insurer is working with advisers to evaluate a sale,...

Genworth raises long-term-care insurance costs an average 58%

August 9, 2018

Genworth Financial Inc. received approval from state regulators this year to raise costs an average 58% on some long-term-care insurance policies, affecting tens of millions of dollars' worth of annual insurance premiums the company receives...

Legg Mason hopes to reverse TDF fortunes with MassMutual deal

May 30, 2018

Legg Mason is making another attempt at breaking into the target-fund market through a partnership with Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., a move that hints at the challenges asset managers have faced in 401(k) distribution and emerging...

Almost half of near-retirees fail basic Social Security quiz

May 15, 2018

Near-retirees still have a lot to learn about Social Security retirement benefits and may be leaving money on the table, according to a new consumer poll released Tuesday by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. Nearly half (47%) of Americans...

Things are looking up: IBDs soared in 2017

April 21, 2018

After a dismal 2016, the independent broker-dealer industry came back to life in 2017, with the top 25 IBDs collectively reporting $23.2 billion in revenue, a 13.1% annual increase, according to InvestmentNews research. InvestmentNews has been...

Is Fidelity competing with retirement plan advisers?

February 17, 2018

Fidelity Investments​ is the undisputed titan of the retirement marketplace. With $1.64 trillion in defined-contribution-plan assets under its belt, the Boston-based mutual fund company administers more than $1 trillion more in DC-plan assets...

Prudential pivots toward indexed annuities

January 29, 2018

Prudential Financial Inc. Monday announced the launch of its first indexed annuity, the latest variable-annuity carrier to pivot toward the increasingly popular annuity. The variable annuity market has had a rough go in recent years, having...

Technology is streamlining the process of issuing life insurance policies

January 10, 2018

Life insurance is undergoing a renaissance of sorts. The industry is slowly transforming from one entrenched in the old-age archaism of paper and manual processes to one embracing digital technology and artificial intelligence, which benefits...

MetLife cutting annuity pay to some of its former advisers

September 5, 2017

MetLife Inc. is cutting compensation on annuities sold by former advisers who moved to other broker-dealers after MetLife sold its Premier Client Group last year to Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. And the cut in pay is drastic. According...

American Airlines reaches $22 million settlement in 401(k) self-dealing lawsuit

July 11, 2017

American Airlines Inc. has agreed to settle a 401(k) self-dealing lawsuit for $22 million, one of the largest monetary settlements reached in similar class-action litigation. Plaintiffs brought the suit, Main et al v. American Airlines Inc....

MassMutual to level 401(k) fees for its brokers

March 30, 2017

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. is moving to level compensation brokers receive for working with 401(k) plans, a step other large brokerages have taken in response to the Department of Labor's fiduciary rule. The firm, which has more...

New York Life settles 401(k) lawsuit for $3 million

February 16, 2017

New York Life Insurance Co. has agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging the firm engaged in self-dealing in its 401(k) plans for the sum of $3 million. Plaintiffs brought the excessive-fee suit against New York Life in July 2016, seeking relief...

2017 to be year of independent broker-dealer mergers

January 22, 2017

If past is prologue, 2017 should see a steady pace of independent broker-dealer consolidation and mergers and acquisitions. Last year saw transactions involving firms that house thousands of registered reps and financial advisers as the industry...

Outsourced 401(k) fiduciary services emerge after DOL rule

October 3, 2016

With the Labor Department's fiduciary rule upping the ante for many 401(k) advisers and their broker-dealers, providers from around the retirement market are looking at ways to defray fiduciary responsibility, and in some cases, possibly replace...

Morgan Stanley hit with $150 million 401(k) lawsuit for self-dealing and excessive fees

August 19, 2016

Morgan Stanley was sued Friday by a former participant in the company's 401(k) plan for excessive retirement-plan fees and self-dealing on the part of the company, which allegedly enriched itself at the expense of employees' retirement savings...

Neuberger Berman sued for excessive 401(k) fees

August 4, 2016

Neuberger Berman, an investment manager with $246 billion in assets under management, has been sued by a participant in the company's 401(k) plan for alleged self-dealing, whereby the firm offered a high-fee, poorly performing proprietary fund...

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