Divestment from companies with 25% turnover from coal applies to 1% of equities
After months of hard work, the English and Welsh local government pension scheme pools have received feedback on their plans
There is at least one respect in which President-elect Donald Trump is thoroughly mainstream. His support for a fiscal stimulus is shared by an increasing number of leaders across the western world
The asset-backed securities markets across Europe struggle to recover from the financial crisis while the EU wavers on necessary regulatory reform
Wolfgang Fickus says mergers and acquisitions can be a riskier strategy than organic growth but buying at the right time increases the potential for value generation
Our investment committee members had quite a few questions at the final meeting of 2016. Brexit, Trump, the equities rally, long-bond yields, emerging markets: the trustees kept the topics coming thick and fast
Recently we had to admit that the trustee board of the Wasserdicht Dutch pension fund isn’t very diverse. Of course, we fulfil the requirement to have one female trustee and one under the age of 40 and have for some time
Last month I joined our co-operation partners at PensionKøbenhavn in Copenhagen for a private round table of institutional investors discussing real assets
Recently, I was invited to join a network of financial academics as a ‘practice adviser’, which means I speak to them regularly about the challenges our pension fund faces and what we are doing in the investment portfolio.
Regulatory pressures and political uncertainty triggered by Brexit and the election of Donald Trump are creating challenges for investors in global debt markets
Are the ultra-low government-bond yields across the euro-zone a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for European and US companies to issue debt?
PureGroup analyses the sensitivity of the five largest global investment grade credit funds to changes in macroeconomic factors