Are US equity valuations in bubble territory?
High-quality companies are most likely to withstand the ravages of a prolonged US-China trade war
Growth has slowed in the maturing US tech sector but deep-value investors are showing more interest in the stocks
Rapidly improving renewable energy technologies and global warming concerns are fuelling radical changes in the US energy sector
Investing into a market with such high valuations presents a challenge
Analysis from longevity experts at Club Vita indicates that longevity improvements could be on the rise again – which means DB scheme costs could increase
Simon Dingemans is set to chair the Financial Reporting Council and its successor body – but politicians have expressed ‘frustration and dissatisfaction’ at the process
The IASB sought to address complaints that pensions accounting rules ‘often do not meet the primary objectives’ of accountants and analysts
The international standard setter is looking for help from the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group to inform its work on accounting for hybrid pension funds
Hymans Robertson suggests greater bunching an effect of tougher oversight, higher yields
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We asked two pension funds to tell us about the case for investing in China and their experience with investing in the country
Carlo di Gennaro, head of global group pensions at Eni, tells Carlo Svaluto Moreolo how the oil and gas company is streamlining its pension strategy
We are living in Disneyworld,” says George Muzinich, the CEO and chairman of Muzinich & Co, a New York-based investment manager specialising in corporate credit.
We asked two pension funds to share their views about investing in Europe at this crucial juncture for its economy
Grégoire Haenni, CIO of CPEG, the public pension fund for the Swiss canton of Geneva, explains the fund’s multidimensional approach to asset allocation