The LCP Fiduciary Management Survey 2016, conducted in association with Professional Pensions, gained valuable insight into pension schemes' use of fiduciary management. Read about some of the key findings here...
The delay in finalising major changes to the local government pension scheme’s investment regulations is already causing problems for pooling, funds have warned.
The Debt Management Office (DMO) has sold a new tranche of long-dated index-linked treasury gilts at a gross real redemption yield of -1.32%, a record low which experts say is due to "structural" market imbalances.
The LGPS funds have sent their full proposals for pooling to the government. Stephanie Baxter looks at the final details of the eight pools.
UK blue chips up 0.2%
As part of our series looking at what firms did to win accolades at the UK Pensions Awards 2016, PP speaks to Hymans Robertson partners Patrick Bloomfield and John Walbaum about how the firm won the Investment Consultancy of the Year category.
Professional Pensions has unveiled the keynote speaker for this year's PP Investment Conference.
Dylan Ball, portfolio manager at Templeton Global Equity, explains why value investing could be undergoing a recovery.
Steps down at end of August
The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PiP) has completed its first investment for the PiP Multi-Strategy Infrastructure Fund (MSIF).
Rupert Brindley says it doesn’t make sense to mark pension liabilities to gilts.
The Bank of England's decision to hold interest rates at 0.5% has temporarily eased the pressure on pension schemes but poses dilemma for trustees, JLT Employee Benefits says
An eleven-strong industry group has been formed to help develop a fiduciary management performance standard.
Marc Haynes asks what we have learned from the recent crisis affecting property funds.
The Local Pensions Partnership (LPP) has created a £1.2bn property investment pool to increase exposure to UK commercial and residential property.
Professional Pensions speaks to Santander UK director of pensions Antony Barker about how his fund achieved record returns in June and the road ahead for scheme investment and the economy at large.
Two years have passed since the Law Commission’s landmark review that attempted to clear up confusion over trustees’ fiduciary duties. Stephanie Baxter finds despite some initial progress there is much more work to be done.
Helen Morrissey looks at how pension schemes are dealing with current turmoil in the property market.
Several property funds suspended trading last week in the wake of large outflows. Helen Morrissey asks whether pension funds are taking a long-term view.
Alex Davey looks at concerns raised about smart beta products.
Concerns have been raised about making members more aware of risks to their defined benefit (DB) pensions, for fear of leading to panic and knee-jerk reactions.
Savers in defined contribution (DC) schemes will benefit from Brexit if their investments are truly diversified, says SEI’s Ashish Kapur.
The de-risking phenomenon is drying up long-term investment in younger generations as companies are forced to put more into defined benefit (DB) schemes, according to Ashok Gupta.