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....
This week's top stories included British Steel trustees rejecting an "unviable plan" to rescue the scheme, and Baroness Ros Altmann calling on the government to amend section 75 debt regulations.
The British Steel scheme's trustee board has turned down Edmund Truell's proposal to save the fund, calling it an unviable plan that would expose members to "unacceptable risk".
Disruptive Capital's Edmund Truell talks to Professional Pensions about the impact Brexit will have on UK pension schemes.
Disruptive Capital's Edmund Truell talks to Professional Pensions about how schemes can deal with the current low gilt yield environment.
Financier Edmund Truell believes he can protect British Steel benefits. Michael Klimes examines the details
The former London Pension Fund Authority (LPFA) chairman has warned holding onto gilts will safely guarantee the bankruptcy of defined benefit (DB) schemes.
In his position as chairman of the Strategic Investment Advisory Board, Edmund Truell has been at the heart of Local Government Pension Scheme reforms. Here he discusses what the LGPS will look like in the future.
Former LPFA chief Edmund Truell tells PP about his radical plans for public sector pensions
Incoming LPFA chairman Sir Merrick Cockell wants to challenge the status quo
Concern firms could suffer 'reputational damage'
Mike Taylor has stepped down from the position of chief executive of the London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA).
Consolidation is not popular at the LGPS coalface, Rachel Dalton says
The government's review of Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) efficiency risks destabilising reforms already underway, industry figures have warned.
London Pension Fund Authority’s infrastructure ambitions are focused firmly on the capital, writes Naomi Rainey
London Pensions Fund Authority chairman Edmund Truell has confirmed the capital's public sector schemes will be consolidated into a single fund which will invest heavily in local infrastructure.
The London Pensions Fund Authority has joined the list of founding investors in the Pensions Infrastructure Platform.
Pension Insurance Corporation founder Edmund Truell has been appointed as the chairman of the London Pensions Fund Authority.
Pension Insurance Corporation has restructured its board to include the director of £400m investor Reinet, while founder Edmund Truell will leave the firm.
Even full implementation of Lord Hutton's proposals to overhaul public sector pensions would not create a sustainable pension system, a Centre for Policy Studies report finds.