CoE under fire for hedge fund investments

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The Church of England faces a backlash after its pensions board invested £60m with some of the world's largest hedge funds.

Senior clergy have previously lambasted hedge funds for their investment ethics and blamed them for exacerbating the financial crisis and driving up food prices. In 2008 Archbishop of Canterbury...

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