Royal London Group is in discussion with the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) over joining its £2bn infrastructure fund, a spokesman has confirmed.
Natasha Browne examines how pension funds are making cash work harder through short duration funds
Royal London Group has received regulatory approval for its acquisition of Co-operative Banking Group's asset management and life insurance businesses.
Scottish Life and Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) both secured year-on-year new business boosts in the first quarter of 2013, according to Royal London Group.
Royal London Asset Management has been appointed to run a bond mandate for the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST).
Andrew Short investigates how trustees can enjoy the benefits of exposure to corporate bonds, without the danger of financials.
Royal London Asset Management has appointed Grant Hadland as head of consultant relationships in its institutional business development team.
Jonathan Stapleton meets the 300 Club
GLOBAL - Current investment theory and practice runs the risk of failing investors at their time of greatest need, a new group of investment managers warns.
Current investment theory and practice runs the risk of failing investors at their time of greatest need, a new group of investment managers warns.
Royal London group received a boost from pensions arm Scottish Life during the first half of 2011 as its new business increased 10%.
UK core real estate could be heading for an asset price bubble as investors burnt by the 2007 crash continue to retreat into conservative property investments, BlackRock warns.
The long-term bull market on government bonds stretching back over three decades is over, a fixed income manager says.
Legal & General has reported an 87% drop in new bulk annuities business in the first quarter of this year.
US/UK - BP , whose share price has dropped 29% since last year's Gulf of Mexico oil spill, will face opposition from two of the US's largest pension funds at the company's annual general meeting tomorrow.
Total life and pensions new business across Royal London increased 26% to £2.3bn in the nine months to the end of September.
UK - Royal London group chief executive Mike Yardley is planning to step down to focus on helping the industry tackle future challenges.
Scottish Life, the pensions division of Royal London, has seen new business increase by 62% to £1.1bn in the six months ending June 30.
Royal London new life and pensions business increased by more than 50% in Q1 this year, led by a strong performance from its pensions arm Scottish Life.
Here they are - the winners of the UK Pensions Awards 2010.
Royal London has strengthened its board with the appointment of Duncan Ferguson as non-executive director.
Life and pensions providers Royal London and Standard Life have reported strong growth in their UK businesses during 2009.
Royal London has gained over £1.8bn in new life and pensions business, marking an increase of 8% in the nine months at the end of September.