The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) is calling for a European regulation of ESG data, research and ratings, in part to stamp out greenwashing.
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BlackRock has launched a suite of three ESG multi-asset exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to provide investors with a "cost-efficient, transparent and sustainable way" to invest during times of market uncertainty.
A majority (51%) of investors have replaced active mutual funds with ETFs in their portfolios, citing liquidity and total cost of ownership as the most important criteria when selecting the passive products, according to the inaugural TrackInsight Global...
Increased certainty around Brexit deadlines and eventual terms could remove major overhang for European equity market investments, NN Investment Partners finds.
Willis Towers Watson's secure income fund has reached £1bn of commitments in the UK, as pension scheme demand for long-term sustainable income soars.
Douglas Anderson has been made head of consultant relations at Hermes Investment Management for Europe and the UK.
The yield on the benchmark 10 year gilt fell to a record low yesterday, dropping below 1.25% for the first time and bottoming at 1.22%.
Adam Grainger has been appointed chief operating officer of European defined contribution (DC) business at State Street Global Advisors (SSGA).
Schemes with heavy allocation to UK equities that have high EU exposure could see major changes to their risk profiles following a Brexit, according to research.
Lack of an agreed definition of value for money is posing many challenges for the industry. Kristian Brunt-Seymour looks at research by the Pensions Policy Institute which suggests a number of solutions
Aviva Investors has appointed Florian de Chaisemartin as director of its London-based infrastructure debt team.
Three out of five pension experts will vote to remain in Europe as the 23 June referendum looms, according to research by Mallowstreet.
Matt Wilmington has joined Legal & General's (L&G) pension risk transfer business as director of strategic transactions.
Jackie Wells has left the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) after two years as head of policy and research PP has learned.
As the EU referendum looms closer it is entirely possible the UK could end up leaving Europe. Kristian Brunt-Seymour finds a Brexit could be both good and bad for pensions.
Paul Farrell has been made head of UK institutional at JPMorgan Asset Management (JPMAM), replacing John Stainsby who stepped down in May 2015.
Ethical investing has been strengthened by the European Parliament's economic and monetary affairs (ECON) committee, which approved the Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision (IORP) II Directive by 47 to three votes.
Pension fund boards and executive committees across Europe have shown the strongest female representation in the capital markets sector, according to a report by New Financial.
Gerald Wellesley has been appointed a director at HR Trustees where he will help the firm grow its professional trustee services.
Rupert Brindley believes good times are just around the corner for struggling defined benefit schemes
Cardano has appointed Patrick Luthi from Goldman Sachs as chief financial officer.
Stephanie Flanders sets out the three key themes for investors
The British arm of Dutch fiduciary manager MN has been bought by Kempen Capital Management (KCM), a subsidiary of Van Lanschot.