Lloyds Banking Group will compensate Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) £140m for the attempted early termination of an investment management arrangement for Scottish Widows worth over £100bn.
In February 2018, Lloyds said it had given SLA a 12-month notice period for the termination of the arrangement as a result of a review of its Scottish Widows Wealth business due to the pair being "material...
As The Pensions Regulator’s consultation on investment governance guidance closes, Holly Roach looks at the industry’s response.
With NEST announcing plans to invest 5% of assets in private credit, Jonathan Stapleton queries whether other schemes should be following in its footsteps
Scheme investment strategies should focus on the needs and desires of members, but head should always overrule heart, says Alan Pickering
The trend towards passive investment is inexorable and will continue, declared Hermes Investment Management head of investment Eoin Murray, opening a debate on the future of fund management organised by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation...
Aegon has incorporated ESG into its £19bn TargetPlan defined contribution (DC) default fund for its master trust and group personal pension plan.