A large proportion of institutional investors’ costs remains opaque. Will a new UK initiative change this?
Trustees need to think about market volatility and employer covenants in light of Brexit
Are regulated apportionment arrangements the answer for insolvent employers?
How should UK pension fund trustees evaluate the credit risk they are exposed to in their main employer sponsor?
Cash equivalent pension transfers offer members flexibility and lower the funding burden for employers. What’s not to like?
Millions of workers have joined workplace pension schemes under auto-enrolment but there is still some way to go before full adoption
With a potential Brexit in sight, Carlo Svaluto Moreolo asks whether the assumptions underlying liability-driven investment (LDI) need to be reconsidered
Regulation is constraining pension funds’ ability to manage risk and they should prepare for future illiquidity
UK defined-benefit deficits are ballooning. The Brexit vote might initiate behavioural change, Stephen Bouvier writes
As the UK government consults on whether NEST should be allowed to enter the drawdown market, Jonathan Williams examines the arguments for and against its entry, and what the fund can learn from Australia
The Pensions Regulator will issue guidance on how to include long-term assets in portfolios
Freedom of Information request reveals wide-ranging concerns about how new standard was finalised
Plus: Politicians oppose benefit ‘clawbacks’; TPT appoints Redington
Kames’s Martin Davis to head new European board; Aegon hints at job losses
Employers have proposed a ‘temporary’ switch to DC-only that could be reversed in the future if DB funding improves
University staff trade union has threatened industrial action, warning of ‘chaos’ if no resolution
Joint initiative turns on growth momentum in green bond market
CEO of boutique manager Gresham House reacts to government-commissioned impact investing report
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