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German CDU party relights early retirement debate


Number of employees opting for early retirement has grown from 151,000 in 2014 to 270,000 in 2021

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​AP7 hands LGIM large active climate-transition equities mandate


Swedish pensions giant says new partnership is first time it has combined a focus on firms able to transition with active ownership

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Pension professionals increasingly dissatisfied with pensions policy, says PMI


However, there is scope for improvement, according to the Institute

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‘World’s first’ nature targets unveiled in bumper week for natural capital developments


Guidance for entities wishing to start setting nature-related targets was launched by the Science Based Targets Network


Analysis: How to navigate cyber security crisis management


More than 400 pension funds using Capita’s services should check whether their scheme’s data could be affected

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New PPF proposals would represent ‘seismic changes’ to UK pensions landscape

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Plans would mean ‘struggling’ DB schemes could choose to opt-in to the Pension Protection Fund

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​Norway moves ahead with flexible buffer rules for legacy DB


Pension funds, insurance companies divided on issue of proposed ceiling on buffer fund