SPP voices concern over LGPS investment proposals

Concern about lack of cost-benefit analysis and March 2025 deadline to transfer assets

Jasmine Urquhart
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Clifford Sims: DHULC consultation should consider fiduciary duty, LGPS resourcing capacity and cost-benefit analysis
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Clifford Sims: DHULC consultation should consider fiduciary duty, LGPS resourcing capacity and cost-benefit analysis

The Society of Pension Professionals (SPP) has voiced its concerns about proposals for new investment requirements for Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) funds.

In its early response to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities' (DLUHC's) consultation on LGPS asset pooling and investment, the pensions body said the consultation lacked a cost...

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