Share of schemes retendering down 16 percentage points over past 10 years, according to IC Select
Simultaneous buy-ins include Aviva’s biggest de-risking transaction and Phoenix’s first external deal
‘Investors with passive commodity exposure may be more inclined to consider an active approach’
Vervoer exploring new models for fiduciary management, but says it has no issues with current provider Robeco
Consultants asked to assess risk attitudes, climate change, inflation and ‘premium funding’
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No one wants UK equities. The influential global fund manager survey published by Bank of America Merrill Lynch reported that they were the most unpopular asset in April
Few words are as visceral, and yet as ill-defined, as populism. It has become a catch-all phrase for the sense of malaise sweeping the world
Creeping tensions have appeared in the interbank market that, in the past, sowed the seeds of economic downturns and financial crises
The bout of marked market volatility in February prompted a heated debate: were financial markets close to a Minsky moment?
Taking a consolidated view of taxation not only removes compliance headaches for asset managers but can also give them an edge over other industry players
While there is uncertainty over exemptions for pension funds, compliance with EMIR could bring benefits
The Dutch residential market offers good opportunities in fixed income, but foreign investors should do their research
Digital currencies dominate the media and water cooler conversations these days
The Japanese stock market recently hit a 26-year high. This achievement is even more remarkable when considered against the geopolitical backdrop
Gold has been a byword for trust and value for millennia. For many investors today this still holds true