From gold to government bonds, there are many instruments trustees can use to protect themselves if a recession hits, says Steven Berkovi
Historically, periods of recession have not been kind to pension scheme funding levels. The most recent recession in the UK saw the aggregate funding ratio fall by around 10% between March 2008 and June...
Neil Woodford has taken on an advisory role with specialist asset manager Juno Capital as he looks to return to the investment industry, according to reports.
John Simmonds explains why cost transparency must be backed up by quality benchmarking
Ray Martin looks at what options trustees will have to add value to investment management and strategic implementation decisions in a post-Covid world
Lorna Blyth looks at how an amendment to the Pension Schemes Bill could force pension schemes to align their investment strategies with the Paris climate agreement.
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