UK Chancellor George Osborne's plans to consider the issue of ultra-long or perpetual bonds. PP looks at the precedents to any such move.
The UK itself has issued a number of perpetual gilts since the 19th century, the bulk of this debt being accounted for by the £1.9bn War Loan issued in 1917. But just three sovereign nations in recent...
Manifest-Minerva's Thomas Bolger takes a look at key issues at upcoming AGMs, focusing this month on the rise of shareholder dissent.
More than half of workers want to be notified by their pension provider if their savings are unknowingly being used for investments in fossil fuels.
Local authority funds must use lessons from the past to continue delivering into the future, says James Stoddart
Professional Pensions spoke to Aberdeen Standard Investments senior solutions director Douglas Hogg as part of an exclusive series of interviews with some of the finalists and winners of the UK Pensions Awards. This is what he had to say…
Northern LGPS will partner with ethical pensions campaign Make My Money Matter (MMMM) as part of wider plans to invest all assets in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change.