United Kingdom: Pensions and Investment News and Analysis

Latest news and analysis of pensions, asset management, regulation and trends in the United Kingdom from our award-winning journalists.

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Investors call on Rishi Sunak to not backtrack on climate change


IIGCC, PRI and UKSIF, among others, expressed concern with the prime minister’s proposals to ‘backtrack on vital policy measures that support the UK’s transition to net zero’


FCA set to kick off review of private market valuations


IOSCO recently highlighted valuations as a vulnerability for the private sector

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Institute highlights risks for DB funds in ‘productive finance’ investing


EDHEC Infrastructure & Private Assets Research Institute recommends The Pensions Regulator set up best practice rules

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Country Report – Pensions in UK (May 2023)

May 2023 (Magazine)

UK pensions are at a crucial juncture. The UK Parliament’s inquiry into the LDI crisis of September 2022 shed some light on its causes, but the debate on the role of LDI is alive and well. Meanwhile, regulators including The Pensions Regulator and the Financial Conduct Authority have advised pension schemes on how to make LDI strategies more resilient to shocks.