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Consultancy warns that lack of fee disclosure by minority of industry is damaging reputation
European Commission to help central Asian country set up national pensions system
Does the political necessity for European co-operation trump economic arguments, asks Joseph Mariathasan
ShareAction urges pension funds to engage with companies over activities of industry groups
Registered users are entitled to the first digital issue of IPE with the compliments of the IPE.com team.
This month three pension funds explain how the changing regulatory landscape affects their activities
Christian Schlegel, head of pension investments at Linde, outlines his fund’s economic scenario planning and dynamic investment approach to Carlo Svaluto Moreolo
David Turner looks at how the post-crisis world of bond investing is favouring the ‘new’ old-fashioned approach known as buy-and-maintain credit
Overview of main regulatory and legislative developments affecting workplace pensions across Europe
Tiziana Perrella assesses the impact of annuity liberalisation on UK DB pension funds
Most of the success or failure of a pension system can be attributed to design and input factors
This is the last leader column I will write for IPE, ending six years as its investment editor. I don’t need to tell you this because you lived through it even more immediately than I did, but, my goodness, what an eventful six years it has been.
In March 2015, leading investment consultants gathered at the residence of a leading UK financier to discuss dangerous climate risk. This is a hypothetical letter from one of the participants.
Despite years of harmonising regulation and a single currency, Europe’s capital markets remain fragmented
Unlike my friend Eddie, I am not a devotee of the conference scene but I do enjoy a good debate, writes Pieter Mullen
There is much talk in the investment community of the long term and fundamentals. Yet behaviour remains rather short term in practice