Group is refocusing on asset owners
KPMG sees slowdown in fidiciary expansion but ‘may represent a blip rather than lower growth in the long term’
TKP Investments loses major advisory client as PostNL decides to split advice and implementation
Plus: DB consolidator appoints service providers ahead of launch; RPMI Railpen reappoints BNY Mellon as custodian
Competition regulator still finds adverse effects on competition after revisiting data on fiduciary costs
Anton van Nunen argues that proposed law provides for a ‘solution to a non-existent problem’
MP says amendment would prohibit supervision of scheme investment policies by fiduciary managers
Plus: IASB eyes new pension standard, EU plots financial reporting ‘lab’
UK master looks for active manager as part of expansion into single-asset mandates
NILGOSC appoints Swiss asset manager as part of further diversification
Local authority fund completes implementation of new strategic asset allocation with final two hires
UK’s largest local authority fund continues shift towards short-term enhanced-yield strategies
Consultancies hired for multi-lot framework to advise on actuarial services, special projects
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