This week’s top stories included the Littlewoods Pension Scheme’s £930m buy-in with Rothesay life, while The Pension Superfund named its new asset and liability management committee.
The Pension Superfund announces ALM committee; High-profile membership includes Martin Gilbert and Chris Hitchen
The Pension Superfund has announced the makeup of its asset and liability management (ALM) committee – unveiling names including Aberdeen Standard Investments chairman Martin Gilbert and former Railpen chief executive Chris Hitchen as part of its team....
The Pension Superfund (PSF) has moved a step closer to completing its first deal with the official registration of the superfund as an occupational pension scheme by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
Nest has announced it has reached £10bn of assets under management (AuM) and has also appointed two external additions to its investment committee.
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has become a signatory of the United Nations supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).
The £45bn Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has launched its largest fund to date, with £5bn of Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) assets being allocated to global equity alpha.
The industry has welcomed the Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) consultation on defined benefit (DB) consolidation as a way to address scheme covenant issues.
Defined benefit (DB) consolidator The Pension Superfund has appointed Chris Hitchen as its founding chairman and has hinted of further appointments in the near future.
Daniel Booth has been appointed as the first permanent chief investment officer (CIO) of the £46bn Border to Coast Pensions Partnership.
NEST has appointed Clive Elphick, Martin Turner, Mutaz Qubbaj and Chris Hitchen as trustee members of its reshaped board.
Phil Willcock has been appointed RPMI's chief executive officer (CEO) to complete the restructuring of its executive leadership team.
RPMI has continued the restructure of its senior team - appointing two managing directors as part of a move to focus on "core areas" of expertise.
The Border to Coast Pensions Partnership (BCPP) between 12 local authority pension funds has appointed Rachel Elwell as its first chief executive.
The £43bn Border to Coast Pensions Partnership (BCPP) has appointed RPMI's outgoing chief executive Chris Hitchen as non-executive chairman.
Chris Hitchen is to leave the investment manager of the £25bn Railways Pension Scheme within the next year.
Improving diversity is about delivering improved results rather than being nice to people or being politically correct according to Helena Morrissey.
The industry must change its mind-set that consolidation of defined benefit (DB) funds is too difficult, according to DB Taskforce chairman Ashok Gupta.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) is embarking on a campaign to improve the diversity of trustee boards in a climate of "division and disharmony".
Former pensions minister Sir Steve Webb and former shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont have been appointed to the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association's (PLSA) Pension Quality Mark (PQM) board.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has launched a Master Trust Committee.
Improving market effectiveness and competition could net investors an extra £37.5bn in returns over 30 years according to Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) interim chief executive Tracey McDermott.
The CFA Society of the UK has announced four new fellows in recognition of their service to both the professional body and the wider investment profession.
Jonathan Stapleton looks at how the £21bn Railways Pension Scheme (RPS) has transformed its approach to investment over the past 18 months
Angelien Kemna has been appointed to the board of Railpen Investments.