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
Professional Pensions has unveiled the keynote speaker for this year's PP Investment Conference.
With FCA authorisation under its belt the Pensions Infrastructure Platform wants to prove its sceptics wrong. Mike Weston also tells Stephanie Baxter about his proposition for the LGPS
The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has achieved £125m of investor commitments in the first close of its multi-strategy infrastructure fund.
Finding value in infrastructure is becoming increasingly more challenging given fierce competition for such assets. Boe Pahari explains how improved risk weighted returns can be achieved in thematic infrastructure where there is relatively less competition.
Strathclyde Pension Fund has made its biggest ever investment in UK green infrastructure by putting £50m into offshore wind farms via the government-backed Green Investment Bank (GIB).
The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has announced its solar photovoltaics (PV) fund has reached its first close with £131m commitments from four UK schemes.
Pension funds around the globe are collaborating and cutting out the middleman, writes PP
The Railways Pension Scheme will look to partner with other pension funds as it seeks the best ways to increase its exposure to illiquid assets.
The UK's first sterling bond linked to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) has been issued to help finance the building of a tube link in London.
Alternative investments can be a good fit for DC but the 0.75% charge cap makes it difficult for schemes to diversify into them. Stephanie Baxter looks at what trustees can do.
The Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and Hermes Infrastructure have agreed to acquire a stake in Associated British Ports (ABP) for around £1.6bn.
As the NAPF's infrastructure platform reaches its first anniversary, PP finds a mixture of scepticism and optimism
The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has embarked on a hiring process to establish its investment team, according to chief executive officer Mike Weston.
Pension Insurance Corporation has provided £114m of funding as the sole investor in an innovative loan which allows the University of London to redevelop some of its student accommodation.
Aviva and Legal and General are among the six insurers that have agreed to collectively invest £25bn in UK infrastructure over the next five years.
In the second of a two-part roundtable debate on infrastructure, PP looks at the opportunities on offer; and the government's current approach to infrastructure investing.
In the first of a two-part roundtable debate on infrastructure, PP looks at the rationale for scheme investment in the asset class and asks why pension funds don't invest more.
Oxford Capital has launches a renewable energy infrastructure programme for pension funds, targeting index-linked yields of 7-9%.
Aviva Investors and UK Green Investment Bank will provide funds to build one of the UK's largest NHS energy centres.
The government will guarantee an additional £40bn to infrastructure projects in order to stimulate growth.
Local government pension schemes could see limits on investment in infrastructure projects doubled, allowing almost £45bn to be pumped into local housing and transport.
Six schemes have become "founding investors" in the Pension Infrastructure Platform, with soft commitment of £100m each.