This week's top stories include interest in various ministerial appointments and what the election result means for pensions policy.
1) David Gauke named as work and pensions minister David Gauke has been appointed work and pensions minister in Theresa May's first reshuffle since the general election which lost the Conservative Party's...
Listed companies are getting away with short-termism because of a lack of engagement from institutional investors, according to RBC Global Asset Management.
Councillor Alan Schofield has been appointed to the Local Pensions Partnership's (LPP) board as a non-executive director, representing the shareholder Lancashire County Council.
Hedging appetite fell during the second quarter of this year as a lack of index-linked gilt supply continued to bite, BMO Global Asset Management has said.
FTSE 100 companies have responded to last year's investor rebellions regarding executive pay, with "more conservative policies" being adopted according to new analysis from the Investment Association (IA).