This year’s GRI takes a deep dive into the critical issues driving global retirement security – and reveals the top countries for retirement security around the world.
Investors struggle to reset expectations for a new market environment.
Results from the 2023 Natixis Survey of Defined Contribution Plan Participants show American workers are feeling the weight of responsibility for retirement funding and they have strong preferences for the kind of help they want.
Institutional investors see a challenging year ahead. Read the full results from our 2023 Natixis Outlook Survey.
Key risk concerns for retirement security are coming to a head in today’s rapidly changing economic environment.
Fund selectors look past Covid to bigger risks in 2022.
After thriving in the pandemic, institutions are facing the unknowns of 2022 with confidence. See why they’re saying, “Bring it on!”
ESG Insights from the 2021 Natixis Global Survey of Individual Investors.
The 2021 Natixis Global Retirement Index examines the factors that drive retirement security and provides a comparison tool for best practices in retirement policy.
The 2021 Natixis Global Survey of Individual Investors reveals how the global pandemic affected investors’ finances, health, and emotions.
Investors and professionals are warming up to the potential of ESG. Our research offers insight into five critical questions about ESG investing.
Get seven critical insights into how institutions will tackle risks, opportunities, and challenges in an uncertain 2021.
The 2020 Global Retirement Index identifies five critical risks to retirement security – recession, interest rates, public debt, climate change, and income inequality – and what they mean for the industry.
Results from the 2020 Global Survey of Financial Professionals reveal optimistic growth goals and the opportunity for professionals to recalibrate strategy and rethink business models.
Institutions face an environment without precedent in global politics, finance and economics. They are developing creative solutions to navigate it, drawing on a wider variety of assets and resources than ever to pursue their investment mandates.
Results from the 2019 Global Survey of Professional Fund Buyers predicted increased equity volatility and illustrate how professionals have been positioning portfolios for riskier market scenarios.
The competitive landscape is changing, and financial professionals shed light on how they can differentiate themselves in an increasingly digital world.
The latest Global Survey of Institutional Investors reveals ten market trends institutions are watching in 2020.
Insurers around the world are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Low rates inflate liabilities, but regulation prevents insurers from pursuing alternatives.
The 2019 Global Retirement Index reveals three critical threats to retirement security – interest rates, demographics, and climate change – as well as what they mean for individuals and institutions.
The 2019 Natixis Global Survey of Individual Investors reveals that investors are conflicted about risk, returns and what they can expect from their investments.
Individuals and professionals say ESG investing can help them align assets with personal values — and has the potential to drive real results.
Our recent survey of defined contribution plan participants explores just how prepared Americans across generations are for retirement.
From market volatility to geopolitical uncertainty, see how professional fund buyers are facing the challenges of 2019, based on the 2018 Global Survey of Professional Fund Buyers.
Our 2019 Institutional Outlook explores the nine trends driving institutional strategy for 2019.
The 2018 Global Retirement Index (GRI) reveals how retirement security has been threatened in the ten years since the financial crisis – and identifies the top countries for retirement security around the world.
With the return of market volatility, professional fund buyers reveal their top concerns–and how they plan to meet their goals despite them.
Investor motivations, perceptions, and knowledge gaps that may influence the state of California’s green bond market.