Natasha Browne asks whether investors have learnt a lasting lesson on governance
The Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) has appointed Bertrand Biragnet as head of pan-European equities within its investment management business.
There are obvious signs of a bubble developing in the London property market, according to Hermes Real Estate.
Schemes must recognise that volatility is not a true measure of risk, Ashmore Investment Management head of research Jan Dehn warns.
Naomi Rainey explores claims that ESG is good for growth
Natasha Browne explores how emerging markets’ rapid growth is tapering off
Taha Lokhandwala looks at the impact of the ECB’s decision to cut interest rates
Hermes Real Estate Investment Management has bought £100m of office space as part of a fifty-fifty joint venture with Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB).
Taha Lokhandwala on what the Federal Reserve’s decision to maintain QE means for markets
A former member of the Bank of England's (BoE) Financial Policy Committee (FPC) has dismissed the current strategy of forward guidance, saying it is not what the market wants.
Natasha Browne looks at what the Bank of England’s latest message means for scheme investment
Taha Lokhandwala asks whether worsening economic performance in China should worry investors
The BT Pension Scheme (BTPS) and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) have formed a 50:50 property joint venture.
Hermes Equity Ownership Services has filed a shareholder proposal calling for proxy access to The Walt Disney Company's board.
Hermes Equity Ownership Services has joined US pension funds in calling for the removal of JP Morgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon's dual role as chairman.
Companies must do more to link executive remuneration with long-term business performance, a report from Hermes Equity Ownership Services and the National Association of Pension Funds says.
Lynn Strongin Dodds asks if investor excitement over commodities can survive a Chinese slowdown
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Bank remuneration reports in 2011 received ‘strong support' from investors despite general concerns on pay and performance, a TUC report says.
Saker Nusseibeh tells Hannah Brenton plugging deficits should not be rocket science.
Fund managers have hit back at the Kay Review, arguing it should have focused more on asset owners such as pension funds.
BT Pension Scheme Management chief executive Nigel Labram has left the company after eight years, following a strategic review at the £37bn scheme.
BT Pension Scheme has boosted its UK infrastructure portfolio by buying a 13% stake in the holding company of Thames Water.
Increasing direct hedge fund investment by UK schemes is driving fund of fund managers to become more like consultants, industry figures say.