NAPF unveils six founding investors in PIP with £100m commitments

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Six schemes have become "founding investors" in the Pension Infrastructure Platform, with soft commitment of £100m each.

The initial investors include some of the biggest schemes in the country: BAE Systems Pension Funds, BT Pension Scheme, the Railways Pension Scheme, Strathclyde Pension Fund, West Midlands Pension Fund...

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