We are winning the war against tobacco, at least in the developed world. Yet, we are losing the war to keep global warming to less than 2°C
Decent folk in the investment world are beginning to ask why our sector is so slow to change. Why can’t it function as a fit for purpose enabler of human prosperity?
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
Divestment advocates or traditional investors – which side will lead?
Generally missing from the discussion on climate change is an identification of the incentives that can drive change
As our co-investment partners PensionKøbenhavn found recently, unexpected risks can turn round and bite you
In common with many others, Wasserdicht’s international pension plans have dispensed with most of their traditional active equity allocations over the years
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Pension systems everywhere are either struggling to manage the shift from defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) or contemplating the journey
“The selection of a benchmark is secondary to many other provisions for encouraging long-term behaviour”
“The FCA has picked the wrong fight. We need a way to rate alternative investments”
“At present, UK trustees do not have the right governance framework in place to be effective or accountable”
“Fiduciary management has turned into a sophisticated exercise of managing increasingly complex investment value chains”
It is widely known that EIOPA is studying the possibility of a new EU legal framework for a pan-European occupational defined contribution pension regime
One of the objectives of the European Commission in the revision of the IORP Directive was to enhance the information provided to prospective members, members and beneficiaries of IORPs