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Willis Towers Watson to launch index to track development of occupational pensions post-BRSG
Next step is to run entire administration of APG’s company scheme through blockchain
Plus: Russell’s £100m fiduciary mandate; NEST appoints new adviser; FCA launches manager authorisation hub
Sponsor ‘broke collective agreement’ by taking out funds before insuring scheme, union claims
Mini-poll suggests that liquidity and limited availability are obstacles for larger allocations
FCA says new rules will not cause forced sales of assets after 3 January 2018 implementation
Registered users are entitled to the first digital issue of IPE with the compliments of the IPE.com team.
Solidarietà Veneto, Pensioenfonds TNO and Nationwide Pension Fund share details about their equity exposure
Joachim Schwind and Andreas Hilka, veterans of the German pension industry, tell Carlo Svaluto Moreolo how the country’s pension reform will change pension fund management
Has the UK FRC failed to enforce Section 172 of the Companies Act on directors’ duties?
International pension plans involve complex questions of structuring and compliance
Private equity has outperformed the public markets for the past five years and institutional investors have been ramping up allocations
There is a strong risk that Germany’s pensions reform becomes neither a stunning success nor a stunning failure, but just adds to the complexity of German workplace pensions
It is understandable that investors are nervous. Not only are valuations stretched in many markets but there seems to be a significant threat of military conflict
It is not easy to predict where markets are heading in this era of great economic disruptions but there are big opportunities for skilled investors
Market distortions created by quantitative easing could prove fertile grounds for investors when central banks switch to quantitative tightening
Despite the huge size of emerging economies they have yet to produce global leaders in software
Investors are salivating over possible US corporate tax cuts. But evidence suggests this excitement is misplaced, at least from the perspective of the end beneficiaries
“The FCA has picked the wrong fight. We need a way to rate alternative investments”
Divestment advocates or traditional investors – which side will lead?
We Dutch are well known for keeping an eye on the price of things and for our frugal approach to life. Increasingly, this applies to pension funds