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Stefan Eberhartinger to reduce active sales of Pensionskassen contracts
New accounting regime to apply to UK and Ireland
Ratings agency warns failure of QE to boost growth will further hamper scheme funding
Companies dispute regulator’s claims cumulative returns have been negative
- Investing In Investment Grade Credit: A widening spread
- Special Report ESG: Carbon Risk, Emission Impossible
- Pensions In Ireland: Towards a DC future
- How We Run Our Money: In Partnership (Mike Jensen, CIO Lancashire Pension Fund, interviewed)
- Holistic Balance Sheet: Damned if you do, damned if you don’t
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Carlo Svaluto Moreolo talks to Publica’s deputy CIO Patrick Uelfeti about the fund’s approach to asset management
Carlo Svaluto Moreolo asks Mike Jensen (pictured), CIO of the UK’s Lancashire Pension Fund, about the fund’s pooling venture and the need for better liability management in British local government pensions
Some Swiss pension funds are introducing a degree of individual investment choice. Barbara Ottawa assesses progress so far
Nine pension specialists* outline a model for the future of the Dutch pension system
Exchange traded product providers claim improving costs make them better than derivatives or traditional passive solutions for both tactical and strategic investment. Brian Bollen finds Europe’s pension funds yet to be fully convinced
Pension funds, take note. Jean-Claude Juncker, European Commission president, wants your money to invest in a laundry list of up to 2,000 projects.
A black stain has spread across IPE’s investment pages lately, and not because of a foul-up at the printers.
Central bank policies are heading for divergent paths. Joseph Mariathasan looks into the likely impact on small and mid-sized stocks, where valuations are already exhibiting marked differentiation
Pete Drewienkiewicz on why investors should simply look at asset classes based on their investment goals and objectives
The treatment of company staff has long been on the radar for investors. But Joseph Mariathasan says that animal welfare is just as important
Tax wasn’t a material issue for ESG – let alone traditional – investors a few years ago, but now it is. So how did this happen and what does it tell us about other issues which are currently dismissed as non-material?
Does the new IORP II Directive reflect the needs of sponsoring companies and their IORPs in Europe?