Pension funds urged to better consider financial impact of fiduciary manager decisions

Hope William-Smith
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Daniels: "Making sure you are comparing apples with apples is vitally important.”
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Daniels: "Making sure you are comparing apples with apples is vitally important.”

The financial impact of fiduciary management (FM) decisions on pension funding positions means funds need a better understanding of how knock-on impacts appear, Barnett Waddingham warns.

Findings today (27 April) from the consultancy's review of fiduciary manager investment performance for UK pension funds build off its assessment of how managers have performed across mandates with comparable...

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