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Framework agreement lists 16 asset managers and consultants
Changes to taxation regime under consideration will fail to plug £9trn savings gap, KPMG warns
Pension funds and asset managers are suffering from a communication breakdown, argues Peter Kraneveld
Chancellor of Exchequer calls for pooling of assets, greater exposure to infrastructure
Registered users are entitled to the first digital issue of IPE with the compliments of the IPE.com team.
Three pension funds - ÄVWL, PP Pension and Sparinstitutens Pensionkassa - talk about their fixed income portflolios
Ramón Nieto, CIO of Geroa Pentsioak, explains his fund’s success in achieving high returns
A new pension law next year is expected to speed up the move from defined benefit to defined contribution pension schemes that has been taking place in the Netherlands in recent years
Structural changes in banking, regulation and low interest rates are transforming the illiquid loans market
Carlo Svaluto Moreolo looks at the reasons behind the dearth of smart beta fixed-income products
It is understandable that politicians covet institutional capital to help finance future economic growth
The US private retirement annuity market is quite small. But it is likely to grow dramatically thanks to the convergence of various factors, including new rules on taxation and new attitudes by both employers and employees
China has leapfrogged Japan into second place after the US on the global mega-companies list. Joseph Mariathasan explores attributes that help companies develop into giants
Joseph Mariathasan assesses the outlook for active management in a global equity sector beset by excessive liquidity and volatility
For Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, former chairman of Shell and Anglo American, the hopeful thing about climate change today is that big investors are getting engaged.
Notwithstanding further reforms, most EU member states have improved the efficiency and financial affordability of their first-pillar pension systems
This month I celebrate 10 years as investment director of the Wasserdicht pension funds and it is heartening to receive warm congratulations from so many friends in the Netherlands and abroad.
Last month the chief executive of Norges Bank Investment Management, Yngve Slyngstad, offered an implicit admission of error