Are successful fund managers highly skilled - or are they just plain lucky? Two recent reports may shed a little light on this question.
A study by University of Chicago academics Steven Levitt – co-author of Freakonomics – and Thomas Miles looks at the role of skill versus luck in poker – a game which is obviously quite completely unrelated...
A report by Pinsent Masons calls on trustees to be more proactive on the risks posed by climate change, warning it is no longer a 'nice to have'. Stephanie Baxter considers the action points
Capita has set out plans to transform its business and raise £701m in additional capital at the same time as it unveiled a £513.1m annual loss.
Two men were sentenced to jail after luring 16 victims into transferring nearly £1m of their pensions into a non-existent occupational scheme in an "elaborate" liberation scam.
Graham Vidler has stepped down from his position as director of external affairs at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) after four years in the role.