Unison has passed a motion that says it will seek to divest the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) from fossil fuels over the next five years.
Jon Cunliffe looks at why asset allocation is about to get a lot more important and a lot more difficult
Traditional fixed income assets are failing to deliver the returns many schemes need. Euan MacLaren assesses whether emerging market debt can provide an alternative
Infrastructure can offer investors a broad opportunity set. Martin Lennon looks at how schemes can build a diversified portfolio to reduce risks and generate both yield and capital growth
In the latest of PP's Pensions Influencers interview series, Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Mike Weston, chief executive of The Pensions Infrastructure Platform
It should be possible to pay 85%-90% of the estimated £3.3trn of promised benefits if schemes have the right risk management and investment strategies in place, according to Redington.
The T-Mobile International UK Pension Scheme has appointed BlackRock as its first fiduciary manager after an open tender.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has signed up to the code of transparency created for the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS), bringing the total number of signatories to five.
Schemes have had a windfall gain by not hedging currency risk. Stephanie Baxter asks whether schemes should now begin to hedge to protect members
Political uncertainty is back after the shock general election result, with the markets pricing in a softer Brexit. Watch out for the impact on sterling and gilt yields, warns Stephanie Baxter
Political uncertainty following the shock election result will lead to more volatility in the pound which could feed inflation, according to investment experts.
Domestic demand in emerging markets has remained resilient. Binu George looks at the opportunities for investors
David Hutchins of AllianceBernstein (AB) explains how the firm's target-date funds kept a lead through a challenging market environment
Good stewardship is key to maximising long-term shareholder value, as Dan Brocklebank explains
NEST's Diandra Soobiah calls on pension funds to join forces to ensure companies provide better data on workforce practices
Most respondents doubt that America's withdrawal from the Paris climate change agreement will alter investment strategies.
Bond investors are set to endure a sustained period of low or negative returns. Andy Bevan and Elina Theodorakopoulou look at the possible responses from investors
2017 marks Legal & General's 30th year in the bulk annuity market. In the first of three articles, Ashu Bhargava reflects on some of the key changes in the industry over the past three decades
Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has invested £60.6m into a student accommodation project at the University of Essex.
Despite high political uncertainty across the world, the VIX index is at unusually low levels. This is a potentially dangerous combination, writes Stephanie Baxter.
President Trump's decision to pull the US out of the Paris agreement has been widely criticised, amid fears it could dent progress on climate change action.
A governance tool to give defined benefit (DB) schemes a full overview of their administration and investment costs has been launched by KAS Bank.
Chris Hitchen is to leave the investment manager of the £25bn Railways Pension Scheme within the next year.
Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) has increased its allocation to alternative property assets with the purchase of 32 nurseries and one special educational school.