Governments have proposed a raft of initiatives to protect businesses and their employees from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, while banks are being used to inject liquidity into the economy – something that will have material implications for credit markets. In the latest edition of 360°, our fixed-income quarterly report, we discuss the impact of these changes and take a closer look at the structured-credit market.
As schemes grapple with the new regulations - in some cases without external advice - Professional Pensions asked Trustees for their views on the remedies, comparing the behaviour of small schemes with their larger peers.
Capital Cranfield’s Neil McPherson: How the CMA review will affect small schemes’ fiduciary management plans
Flexible-credit funds have the ability to search for opportunities across the fixed-income universe. But with this freedom, how do they avoid style drift?
In an exclusive Professional Pensions webinar, Aviva Investors chief investment officer of real assets Mark Versey talks about the benefits and challenges of real assets and some of the key issues for trustees and other investors to consider when making...
Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Punter Southall Governance Services director of outsourced pension services Clare Owen about the firm's latest research into the effectiveness of trustee boards.
Jonathan Stapleton speaks to Russell Lee about Legal & General's new insured self-sufficiency solution.
In the last part of this Q&A series, PP speaks to GSAM's head of UK & Ireland institutional client business, David Curtis, about his views on the CMA's review into the investment consultant and fiduciary management markets, and the results of our joint...
PP speaks to CBC Pension Services' Michael Clark about his views on the CMA's review into the investment consultant and fiduciary management markets.
Industry Voice: Russell Investments says considering the extent to which ESG factors impact not just the financial results, but other outcomes, is a good starting point.
Cashflow driven investment strategies can provide a greater certainty of outcome, while also enhancing a scheme's risk management framework, says Schroders' head of fiduciary management Hannah Simons
PP editor Jonathan Stapleton speaks to NEST Insight Unit head Matthew Blakstad about financial resilience, NEST's sidecar savings trial and the broader impact of AE phasing.
PP speaks to Punter Southall Governance Services' Wayne Phelan about his views on the CMA's review into the investment consultant and fiduciary management markets.
Industry Voice: A fiduciary management approach gives trustees a richness of information you can't get with a standard adviser approach, especially in times of market uncertainty, explain Russell Investments' David Rae and Paul Wharton
PP speaks to Dalriada Trustees' Hugh Nolan about his views on the CMA's review into the investment consultant and fiduciary management markets.
PP speaks to BESTrustees director Heather McGuire about her views on the CMA's review into the investment consultant and fiduciary management markets.
PP editor Jonathan Stapleton speaks to NEST director of customer engagement Mark Rowlands about how his scheme is engaging members.
Brett S. Kozlowski, CFA, fixed income portfolio manager at Putnam Investments, explains how securitised debt can be an important foundation for any asset allocation framework