Tender Watch: TPR appoints Mercer for superfund modelling; FCA selects legal services partner; Border to Coast makes two appointments
Professional Pensions rounds up some of the latest tender awards from across the industry.
2020 was an annus horribilis which impacted all walks of life including the investment markets. Ryan Boothroyd takes the long view and considers what lessons can be learned from the past 12 months.
During Covid-19 companies have gone on a borrowing binge to ensure they can ride out the pandemic and may find themselves excessively indebted, but it is not all doom and gloom. Daniel Booth and Mark Lyon consider the corporate credit environment for...
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has invested a further £540m in infrastructure as it continues to provide new investment opportunities for its 11 Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) partners.
Border to Coast Pension Partnership has invested a further £370m in private equity, as it continues to provide new investment opportunities for its 11 Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) partners.
The South Yorkshire Pensions Authority’s (SYPA) investment portfolios will be carbon neutral by 2030 as members vote in favour of the goal.
Brunel Pension Partnership has appointed four asset managers to run a £1.2bn sub-fund, while Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has appointed two specialist China managers.
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has completed £500m of private equity investments with another £485m of commitments made by its partner funds.
Four managers have been appointed to run the multi-asset credit (MAC) fund of the Border to Coast Pensions Partnership.
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has announced £1.4bn of infrastructure investments in a drive to build a diversified global portfolio.
Two years on from the launch of the LGPS pools, seven senior figures tell James Phillips all about the process and their plans.
The £9bn Tyne & Wear Pension Fund and the £1.4bn Northumberland County Council Pension Fund are set to merge following a consultation by the government.
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has hired three people to its investment team and two to its research team following a series of new fund launches.
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has launched its first fixed income product with a £2.5bn sterling investment-grade credit fund.
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has launched two private market offerings with over £1bn of commitments from its partner Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) funds.
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has named its first three asset managers to oversee a circa £1.2bn UK equity portfolio.
Daniel Booth has been appointed as the first permanent chief investment officer (CIO) of the £46bn Border to Coast Pensions Partnership.
The £43bn Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has become the third local government pool to sign up to the cost transparency code.
The Border to Coast Pensions Partnership is up and running after transferring around £7bn of UK and overseas developed equities from three of its stakeholder pension funds.
The £43bn local government pool has hit a lot of milestones in recent months, but this is just the start of a long journey. Its chief executive Rachel Elwell speaks to Stephanie Baxter
The pooled structure set up by 12 local authority funds has appointed an interim chief investment officer (CIO), a chief risk officer (CRO), and head of equities and alternatives.