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.
Dave Goodsell dissects findings from the Global Survey of Financial Professionals for Wealth Management’s 2020 Midyear Review and Outlook edition.
Which mistakes do financial professionals think may be the costliest? Get insight from our recent global survey.
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.
Results from our Global Survey of Financial Professionals, conducted in the midst of the pandemic, show that volatility and recession are top concerns and reveal insight into investor behavior in uncertain markets.
See how moderate portfolios varied by geographic region at the end of 2019 in the Natixis Investment Managers Global Portfolio Barometer.
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.
Study examines the challenges of attracting and retaining talent in an era of economic, technological and societal transformation in the workplace.
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 (GRI) reveals the top 10 countries for retirement security around the world.
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.
Our research reveals why assumptions about Millennial investors may be all wrong.
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.
Our 2018 Global Survey of Individual investors finds that amidst a bull market and low interest rates, investors are wrestling with three critical conflicts.
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.
Three ways institutional investors are preparing for a market shift – and how they plan to balance risk management with investment return.
After a decade of low interest rates, low volatility, and high investment returns, are professional investors prepared for what’s ahead in 2018?
Investors report feeling financially secure, but results reveal they’re seeking financial professionals they can trust.
Individuals want investments that reflect their personal values, but professional investors are skeptical about performance.
How wholesale portfolio managers are finding opportunity amidst geopolitical instability, market volatility, and low interest rates.
Institutional investors see geopolitical upheaval continuing through 2017 and are adjusting allocations as a result.
As investors save for retirement, why financial professionals, employers, and policy makers should stand ready to help.