If you’ve ever run a marathon, you know the hardest part is the dedication it takes to get to the starting line. The same can be said of nonprofits wanting to build a private equity program.
The rise of autopilot plans has led to clear success in two areas, but there’s still work to be done in boosting participant retirement savings rates.
Vanguard helps plan sponsors smooth out retirement plan transitions during a corporate merger. We’re here to help, offering guidance on compliance, enrollment, legal, and regulatory hurdles that need to be overcome to merge the two plans.
How do you make a good investment committee meeting even better? Vanguard’s Paul Bosse shares insights on three key areas where procedural adjustments can help ensure productive meetings that accomplish their objectives and make the best use of everyone’s time.
The Fed is unwinding quantitative easing. This should not have negative implications for bond yields or fixed income index investing. The Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index is still an appropriate measure of the fixed income market.
John Hollyer, head of Vanguard’s Fixed Income Group, discusses the role emerging market bonds can play in a portfolio and how the new Vanguard Emerging Markets Fund further rounds out our stable of low-cost, active bond funds.
Guest blogger Jonathan Horton, global director of change management at FTSE Russell, discusses what makes a great index. He describes FTSE’s unique approach, and suggests that organizations look under the hood of index construction to determine what indexes align best with their goals.
Guest blogger David Barclay, chief operating officer for CRSP, discusses what makes a great index. He describes CRSP’s unique approach, and suggests that organizations look under the hood of index construction to determine what indexes align best with their goals.
In October 2017, Vanguard plan participants reached a tipping point: Half of all Vanguard participants are invested in a single target-date fund—and 57% are invested solely in a professionally managed allocation.
Professor Richard Thaler’s Nobel Prize in Economics for his work in behavioral economics is also a Nobel Prize for retirement savers—for the millions of individuals helped by his ideas and as a result on their way to a better financial future.