An in-depth study by CEM Benchmarking shows transaction costs for large pension schemes are significant and largely depend on investment strategy. Stephanie Baxter analyses the findings
Pension schemes are increasingly concerned about the level of transaction costs incurred through the trading of securities. Getting a handle on these costs has been difficult due to a lack of reporting...
The founder of Pensions Actuary Services and former Buck chief actuary Mark Stocker has died.
The top stories this week included articles on LCP’s warning that trustees will need to be corporate finance experts under new TPR powers, Livingbridge’s sale of Broadstone to Intermediate Capital Group, and the final approval of the Pension Schemes Bill....
Institutional investor demand for green UK sovereign bonds will be high as pension schemes seek to manage their climate change risks and tap up green opportunities, experts say.
Tender Watch: GMC scheme reappoints Aon; Homes England hires Hymans; Civil Service appoints NTT Data for CSPS and RMSPS schemes
Professional Pensions rounds up some of the latest tender awards from across the industry.
The government must work with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the wider industry to clarify GMP equalisation uncertainties, Mercer says.