UK institutional investment in the first quarter of 2001 was £25.4bn, £10.7bn higher than the figure for the previous quarter.
Figures compiled by National Statistics show net investment by long-term insurance funds was £12.8bn in the first quarter - £4.3bn higher than in the previous quarter.
The net investment of self-administered pensions funds stood at £3.8bn - £4bn higher than in the fourth quarter of 2000.
Tenders for first-time fiduciary management mandates will be mandatory, must be conducted on a closed basis, and will apply to any mandate for over 20% of a scheme's assets, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has confirmed.
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