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Beini Zhou and Anand Vasagiri at Artisan Partners

Viewpoint: How has the pandemic affected the UK – small-cap value investing

2021-11-26T12:57:00+00:00By Anand Vasagiri and Beini Zhou

By Beini Zhou and Anand Vasagiri, portfolio managers, international small-cap value strategy, Artisan Partners

David Hunter

Viewpoint: What pension schemes should consider when upping renewables

2021-11-22T16:18:00+00:00By David Hunter, Renewity

Renewity’s CIO, David Hunter, outlines five considerations for pension schemes looking to up their renewables exposure

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Viewpoint: What if COP26 fails?

2021-11-04T10:40:00+00:00By Peter Kraneveld

Peter Kraneveld, international pensions adviser at PRIME bv., on finance issues and COP26

Luigi Serenelli

Notes from Germany: Parties mull pensions

November 2021 (Magazine)By Luigi Serenelli

It all started with a selfie posted on social media. The leaders of the Green party Annalena Baerbock, candidate to be chancellor, and Robert Habeck posed with the Free Democrats’ Christian Lindner and Volker Wissing to show how serious they were to bridge the divide to form a new government coalition, prior to meeting with the winner of the election, the SDP’s Olaf Scholz. 

Joseph Mariathasan

Co-investment newcomers need to be selective

November 2021 (Magazine)By

The US and UK are seeing a diminishing number of companies in the listed markets whilst the private equity (PE) markets are booming. For investors, that raises a number of issues, of which fees are an important one. Private equity fees are much higher than those of listed equity managers.