NETHERLANDS - Dutch pension scheme ABP has revealed it may launch "indexation labels" in an effort to boost communication with members.
Speaking at its ‘Pension Diversity and Solidarity in Europe’ conference, Roderick Munster, chief investment officer at ABP, explained that because of the increasing demand for transparency, the fund would look into “indexation labels”.
The labels would be used to explain to plan sponsors what happens when prices rise in a bid to increase transparency, and have been developed in co-operation with the Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM).
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