Most emerging markets are regarded as reasonably placed to handle the impact of the winding up of quantitative easing in the West
Argentina has had to seek a $50bn rescue package from the IMF in its latest crisis after just two years of a boom period
Emerging market equities have enjoyed a good year so far but are investors too late to enter the market?
The countries covered by the term emerging markets today have such diverse economies that the label could be misleading for investors
Investing in frontier markets can bring rewards but investors should pay attention to risk
We asked the senior managers of two European pension funds to describe how they invest in small-cap equities and what are the challenges and opportunities in this asset class
Marie Giertz, CIO of Kåpan Pensioner, the pension fund for Swedish government employees, tells Carlo Svaluto Moreolo about the fund’s strategy and ongoing projects
Yvonne Bakkum, managing director of FMO Investment Management, is an evangelist for the UN’s sustainable development goals (SDGs) – and even wears a lapel brooch representing them
We asked chief investment officers of three of Sweden’s AP funds about how they view emerging market equities
Bill Galvin (pictured left) and Guy Coughlan of the UK’s Universities Superannuation Scheme outline their measured approach to valuation to Joseph Mariathasan
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37% of schemes in funding surplus in 2018 survey, up from 27% three years earlier
Plus: IASB eyes new pension standard, EU plots financial reporting ‘lab’
Competition and Markets Authority to fast-track probe into continued dominance of ‘Big Four’ auditors
Slower increase in longevity after Heubeck fixes flaw
Revision expected later this month expected to lower longevity increase and with it buffer requirements