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Danish pension provider acquires 25% stake in wind farm project off coast of England
Reviews to cover valuations, compliance, related party investments and risks
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Three pension funds - Almenni, AP7 and Fondo Espero - share insights about their DC schemes
Anders Damgaard, CFO of Denmark’s PFA Pension, share his company’s plans to strengthen internal investment capacity and its quest for yield in illiquid markets
Was 2015’s unexpected increase in the UK mortality rate a blip or a slowing of the mortality improvement rate?
In an age of big data, investors are making increasing demands on their managers, who are also faced with rising security and regulatory challenges, writes Vanessa Drucker
Picking up the pace of Vietnam’s privatisation efforts is key to a more robust capital market, argues Thu Hoai Nguyen
With market volatility, oil price falls, interest rate increases in the US and QE in Europe, the investment landscape has rarely looked so clouded
Conflict continues to simmer over the issue of passport rights for non-EU-domiciled hedge funds across the EU
Successfully investing in small and medium-sized companies involves getting to know the intricacies of how relatively simple businesses work
Led by technology and healthcare, the US small-cap sector is the most dynamic in the world but some companies are becoming overvalued
It is clear the COP21 climate change summit was a diplomatic success in the face of powerful vested interests lobbying hard to prevent progress
“Carbon risk is more of an issue for investors today than ever… But most fail to take it properly into account”
It has not been a great start to the year at Wasserdicht’s Dutch pension fund. Volatile markets have been worrying our trustees and our coverage ratio has dropped, just like at most Dutch pension funds.
“Investment is the most often repeated word in IMF meetings, UN meetings, [the] G20 meeting, IIF meetings,” Angel Gurria, secretary general of the OECD said at the organisation’s recent long-term investing conference in Paris