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“£30bn is a lot of money, but, in the grand scheme of things, it’s not a huge sum of money.”

“£30bn is a lot of money, but, in the grand scheme of things, it’s not a huge sum of money.”

Mark Mansley, chief investment officer of Brunel Pension Partnership, discusses the challenges of dealing with the regulator, negotiating change at company level and how the pool intends to punch above its weight as a shareholder.

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Green bond issuance set to surprise

Green bond issuance set to surprise

The green bond market is set for a strong 2019, a Nordic bank believes.

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Bulk annuity deals to hit £30bn in 2019

Bulk annuity deals to hit £30bn in 2019

The value of the bulk annuity market is heading for a second successive record year as trustees continue to pass risk to insurers, one consultant believes.

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Risks remain despite DB funding boost

Risks remain despite DB funding boost

The funding level of defined benefit (DB) pensions industry hit its highest since 2014 in the last financial year, but trustees have been warned to remain vigilant.

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Institutions’ $200bn punt on the elderly

Institutions’ $200bn punt on the elderly

Ageing populations are putting pressure on pension schemes, but they are also creating opportunities.

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There is a popular investor assumption that REITs, like other yield-based assets, underperform wider equity markets in periods of interest rate increases. However, this is largely a myth.

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