On our last day, we give you a glimpse into our archives. From the European crisis in 2011 and the credit crisis of 2007-2008, to the Amaranth blow-up of 2006 - this selection of stories reflects the challenging investment landscape of the past decade....
From pensions reforms in Colombia to Australian superannuation mergers, here is the second part of our top 20 countdown of the most popular features on Global Pensions in the past year.
From New Zealand's pension regulations to transaction taxes, and eurozone debt, here is the first part of Global Pension's countdown of the most popular features in the past year.
As Global Pensions prepares to wind down, we take a look at the ten most popular news stories in the past year. In a reflection of the times, our coverage of Italy's pension reforms topped the list, followed by coverage of Nortel's Canadian buyout and...
Dear Global Pensions readers: We are saddened to say Incisive Media, the parent company of Global Pensions, has made the very difficult decision to close our publication. This week marks the last of our nearly 13-year run.
GLOBAL -The Greek pension system was ranked the worst in a new study because of its acute sovereign debt and overly generous promises, while Australia was found to have the most sustainable system.
GLOBAL - Hedge funds might capture news headlines when they lose money as a result of financial crimes and misdemeanours, but pensions are stung more often partly due to their more regular investing patterns, according to a securities litigation lawyer...
T. Rowe Price; Association of Tax Technicians; Legal & General Property; Baring Asset Management; Threadneedle Investments; Adrian Lee & Partners; Aon Hewitt; Royal London Asset Management
GLOBAL - The dispersion of returns between hedge funds in September was the highest ever seen by Luke Ellis, head of Man's multi-manager unit and a veteran of at least 13 years in the fund of hedge funds business.
GLOBAL - Opportunities are opening up for institutional investors looking to invest in green bonds as a new certification scheme is due to launch next month, and State Street brings a new green bond fund to market today.
GLOBAL -Institutional investors with over $20trn in assets are urging global policy makers to create policies that encourage private sector investment in climate change solutions.
Due to popular demand, we have now extended the nomination deadline for the GP Awards 2012 to 31 October. Have you cast your vote yet?
EUROPE - iShares has launched a Europe-wide initiative to help professional investors identify structural risks and carry out due diligence on ETPs.
Baring Asset Management appoints COO, Oregon State Treasury, ING Investment Management, State Street, Wurts & Associates, Alaska Permanent Fund Corp., Pramerica, PIMCO, Pioneer Investments, Aegon
GLOBAL - Current investment theory and practice runs the risk of failing investors at their time of greatest need, a new group of investment managers warns.
GLOBAL - The Netherlands, Australia and Switzerland have the world's best pension systems in terms of adequacy, sustainability and integrity, but all 16 countries surveyed in the 2011 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index are under stress from economic...
KPMG snags Mercer partner, Mercer poaches from NEST, BlackRock, BlueBay, ICI, Impax, Man Group, Aviva, Barings
GLOBAL - The Investment Company Institute (ICI) has launched ICI Global, a London-based trade association focused exclusively on globally active funds - including regulated US and non US funds.
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