Most asset classes have a long way to go on meeting sustainability targets and the pressure to be environmentally compliant is increasing. Hope William-Smith reports
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.
Here they are… The shortlists for this year's Professional Pensions Investment Awards.
Here they are… The winners of the Professional Pensions Investment Awards 2018.
Hendrik du Toit, founding CEO of Investec Asset Management, is to become co-CEO of the wider Investec Group from 1 October 2018, as John Green and Mimi Ferrini step up to become joint-CEOs of the asset management business.
Investec and Incisive support Pedal the Pond initiative to raise young people's mental health awareness
Four young men crossing the Atlantic in a pedalo
Emerging markets are a good option for investors who can learn from past mistakes
Charlotte Moore looks at how multi-asset managers are dealing with falls in bonds and equities
Investec Asset Management (AM) has appointed former Investment Management Association (IMA) chief executive Richard Saunders as a non-executive director.
Investec Asset Management chief executive Hendrik du Toit, managing director of UK distribution David Aird and other senior employees are to acquire a 15% stake in the business for £180m.
Lynn Strongin Dodds asks if investor excitement over commodities can survive a Chinese slowdown
Fiscal cliff compromise sets scene for further showdown
Charlotte Richards asks bond managers about the possible impact of the UK losing its prized AAA rating.
Investec Asset Management has appointed Stephen Lee as sales director in its UK institutional team.
Christine Senior brings good news from Africa that some investors may have missed.
The Pension Protection Fund has added 10 firms to its panel of active bond managers in a bid to broaden its fixed income portfolio.
UK - Pension funds are facing a dilemma in that de-risking is expensive and not getting cheaper. Instead, they should take on more risk in the current climate, delegates at this year's Professional Pensions Show heard.
Pension funds are facing a dilemma in that de-risking is expensive and not getting cheaper so they should take on more risk in the current climate, delegates heard.
Scottish Life has switched providers for its UK Mid Cap Specialist and US Core Plus Pension funds after a governance review.
The Professional Pensions Show 2011 will include a investment leaders' roundtable made up of five of the investment industry's most influential figures.
Industry officials largely welcome the update to regulations over investment practices but the move to comply comes with some challenges, as Christine Senior reports
Investec Asset Management said it's selling government bonds and betting U.S. interest rates will rise as concern economic growth is faltering is "overdone".