James Phillips looks at JP Morgan Asset Management analysis on how LGPS funds have fared over the period to the 2019 valuation, and how they can respond to recent market falls.
Legal & General has switched on a “manage your account” portfolio for 3.7 million defined contribution (DC) scheme members across the UK.
A slump in inflation caused by economic damage from the coronavirus could pave the way for the abolition of the state pension ‘triple lock’, according to Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP).
James Sparshott explores what the recent Supreme Court judgment on LGPS investing will mean for ESG integration
More pension schemes and their members are becoming interested in using bridging pensions as a result of Covid-19, according to Aon.
LV= is exploring the sale of its remaining life and pensions operations, Sky News has reported.
Newton’s Julian Lyne says ESG is critical in these pandemic times
Charlotte Moore looks at how the Covid-19 economic crisis will affect funding for schemes in differing amounts.
The £8bn Lothian Pension Fund (LPF) has appointed custodian Northern Trust as the provider of an automated proxy support service.
London CIV has appointed Aviva Investors to run its newly-created inflation-plus fund, launched with £107m of investment.
Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has provided £277m of debt funding for eight Spanish solar parks.
Two big themes are preoccupying investors right now: risk and recovery. Here Alastair Greenlees, senior investment strategist at Kempen, gives us the latest update on the economic impact of the Coronavirus. In it he argues that while short term fluctuations can be concerning, it’s important to keep an eye on the longer-term.
Nigel Sillis looks at how UK pension schemes could fare in a market environment with negative yields and interest rates.
Two years on from the launch of the LGPS pools, seven senior figures tell James Phillips all about the process and their plans.
Increased pension deficits are putting additional strain on many charities already financially struggling in the midst of Covid-19, latest research by Hymans Robertson finds.
Just a minority of Nest members opted out of their pensions in the immediate aftermath of the second phased auto-enrolment (AE) contribution increase, the master trust reveals.
Workplace pension schemes are now providing 30 pence in every pound of retirement income, up from 24 pence in 2008/09, according to Equiniti.
Collaboration is key to delivering on LGPS Central’s mission to prove the pooling concept, Joanne Segars tells James Phillips.
Every month, several firms issue trackers of the aggregate defined benefit (DB) scheme funding position. See here for the May 2020 estimates on the various measures…
NHS Pension Scheme members will be given an extra three months to make use of the voluntary scheme pays facility due to the increased pressures arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Brunel Pension Partnership has reduced the carbon intensity of its active portfolios by 7% compared their respective benchmarks, it has revealed today.
Legal claims for compensation are being considered against the Woodford Equity Income fund's (WEIF) authorised corporate director (ACD) Link Fund Solutions, which is accused of early-stage failures in the fund's collapse, a failure to act in the best...
Link Fund Solutions (LFS) has agreed to sell "a significant portion" of the stricken LF Equity Income fund's holdings to US firm Acacia Research Corporation for up to £223.9m.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned the use of contingent charging in defined benefit (DB) transfer advice.