While equities are often considered the best weapon to wield in ESG-related engagement, pension schemes also have huge power through their bond allocations, says Mitch Reznick
Over the past year or so, we have seen regulatory changes requiring UK trustees to demonstrate how they take account of financially material considerations, including ESG factors, how these are integrated...
Global exchange-traded products (ETPs) have recorded their strongest month for inflows in 2020 as $71.5bn was added to the market, with fixed income buoying the industry providing $46.7bn of the total, according to iShares.
The fixed income year started with low yields and tight spreads but developed into a 'brutal' March. Mark Holman looks at where we are today and shares his thoughts for the future
While the pensions industry’s approach to ESG has changed considerably since three years ago, there are still opportunities for schemes to take advantage of, says Lauren Peacock.
The £30bn Brunel Pension Partnership pool has selected Truvalue Labs to evaluate ESG and reputational risks across all of its asset managers.