Andrew Milligan says while changes in central bank communications are bearing on markets, pricing is still rather dovish
Regulator does not want to 'incentivise short-termism'
BMO Global Asset Management is switching schemes invested in its historic range of passive liability-driven investment (LDI) funds to updated strategies.
Investment Association: Brexit talks must go 'beyond political jostling' for the sake of asset management
The Brexit negotiations are too legal and should cultivate a process of "conscious uncoupling" to protect the asset management sector, the Investment Association (IA) says.
The National Farmers' Union of England and Wales (NFU) Staff Pension Scheme has appointed Russell Investments as fiduciary manager after an open tender.
Hundreds of pension funds and asset managers could lose their Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) signatory status in plans to cut down on "greenwashing".
Abhishek Srivastav and James Waters assess how maturing schemes can manage cashflows and mitigate investment risk
This is the first year since 2007 that all 35 OECD countries are growing but concerns remain over the US and China. Market corrections could be just around the corner, writes Charlotte Moore.
BNP Paribas will end business with companies whose primary activities involve profiting from the extraction of oil or gas from shale or tar sands, while ramping up its investments in renewable energy.
Lupin Rahman of PIMCO considers the economic outlook for emerging markets
The Local Government Pension Scheme's (LGPS's) Access pool has appointed UBS Asset Management to run the consolidated passive mandates for 11 administrating authorities.
One of the world's largest fund managers has broken away from the controversial fixed fee model. Stephanie Baxter looks at why symmetric performance fees are better for pension funds.
Lifestyle strategies adopted as default funds do not adequately protect members from potential market downturn, latest research suggests.
The Lancashire County Pension Fund and the London Pensions Fund Authority have pooled £1.3bn of their existing credit investments into the Local Pension Partnership (LPP).
Fidelity International will adopt a new active fund fee model that shares the risk and reward of investment performance with clients, known as a "fulcrum fee".
Chair of FCA cost disclosure working group
The US central bank has become the first to begin reversing quantitative easing, with more to follow. Stephanie Baxter looks at what to expect from this historic shift.
Matthew Bullock of Wellington Management warns against investor complacency and outlines strategies for growth and income designed for uncertain times.
In March, David Pitt-Watson and Dr Hari Mann published a paper looking at why finance matters and how the industry can improve. PP summarises the key points
The Investment Association (IA) and ICSA: The Governance Institute have published joint guidelines on how company boards should understand and weigh up stakeholders' interests in strategic decision-making.
Atlas Master Trust has appointed Schroders as one of its investment managers to develop the provider's default fund proposition.
Twelve firms have said they will raise The Pension Regulator's (TPR) guidance on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors with clients where they are financially material.
Over three-quarters of investment managers are male, while over four in ten are white British, according to research by the Diversity Project.
Schemes are increasing their usage of index strategies. Armit Bhambra looks at the four key factors driving this growth