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Viewpoint: Alternative risk premia strategies stand tall amid turmoil

2022-12-08T07:00:00+00:00By Toby Goodworth and Pravir Sharma, bfinance

While bond and equity markets have been pummeled in 2022, Alternative Risk Premia strategies have at last been able to demonstrate their diversification prowess. Will this year’s performance restore investor confidence in these strategies after the painful results of 2020?


Viewpoint: Net-zero-aligned investment in fossil fuels

2022-12-01T07:00:00+00:00By Myles Allen, Oxford University

Incentivising carbon capture would free institutional investors from having to make decisions about the climate

Meloni grapples with Italys pension woes

Meloni grapples with Italy’s pension woes

December 2022 (Magazine)By

Reforms usually follow general elections, regardless of the political system. Italy is no different. The most generous country in Europe in terms of pension payments, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Italy spends the equivalent of 15.6% of GDP on pensions.

Tjibbe Hoekstra at IPE

Dutch pensions reform: A never ending story

December 2022 (Magazine)By

In the last two years, nearly all my contributions for this section have been about the ongoing reform of the Dutch pension system, which will involve the transfer of defined-benefit (DB) accruals to a defined-contribution (DC) setting. 

Sophie Robinson-Tillett

COP27: more questions than answers but reasons to hope

December 2022 (Magazine)By Sophie Robinson-Tillett

Despite the cynicism around COP27 last month, there were some potentially major developments for investors. Excitingly, a number of them address what’s often ignored in climate finance discussions: moving money.