CEE: Pensions and Investment News and Analysis

Latest news and analysis of pensions, asset management, regulation and trends in Central and Eastern Europe from our award-winning journalists.

Top 500 Asset Managers 2022

Top 500 Asset Managers 2022

June 2022 (Magazine)

The emergence of persistent higher inflation, China’s zero-COVID policy, stress on global supply chains, and Russia’s Ukraine war all suggest that the asset total of this year’s IPE Top 500 Asset Managers Guide represents a high water mark.

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Outlook: Future of hydrocarbons

June 2022 (Magazine)

The OECD remains critically dependent on Russian oil and gas – and finding alternative sources will be very hard

Rachel Fixsen

Notes from the Nordics: Finland on the frontier

May 2022 (Magazine)

Fear and uncertainty are rattling markets, but financial concerns are dwarfed by the human suffering caused by the war in Ukraine. In Finland, people have particular reason to worry due to the country’s long land border with Russia. 

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Country Report - Pensions in Central & Eastern Europe

January 2022 (Magazine)

A combination of poor policy decisions and conservative asset allocations have conspired to stifle the development of supplementary pensions in the CEE region since the widespread adoption of the World Bank’s three-pillar model in the 1990s, as IPE Editor Liam Kennedy writes in this issue