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Maritime pensions: The next generation

Maritime pensions: The next generation

The Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund chief executive Andrew Waring tells Mark Dunne about the future of maritime pensions, journey plans, governance and his legacy.

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The November issue

The November issue

Interest rates: The slow return to normality

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Ex-BHS owner Chappell convicted

Ex-BHS owner Chappell convicted

The ex-owner of bankrupt department store chain BHS has been found guilty of failing to provide information to The Pensions Regulator (TPR).

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Aon buys alternatives manager Townsend

Aon buys alternatives manager Townsend

Aon has strengthened its alternative investment offering after buying real estate and real asset adviser Townsend.

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Pension de-risking to double in 2018 – JLT

Pension de-risking to double in 2018 – JLT

The value of the pension buy-out market could more than double in 2018, a director of an employee benefits provider believes.

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L&G reinsures $800m of liabilities

L&G reinsures $800m of liabilities

Prudential Retirement has reinsured $800m (£600m) of pension liabilities for Legal & General – the sixth such transaction between the firms.

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The case for CDC

The case for CDC

Con Keating

This month Con Keating puts collective defined contribution schemes under the microscope

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The virtuous circle of investing in an ageing society

The virtuous circle of investing in an ageing society

Mike Adams

It’s no secret that the UK population is ageing. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), a fifth of the UK population is aged 65 or over, and this group is expected to grow four times faster than the general population over the next five years as people live healthier lives for longer.

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Effective ESG investing requires a blended approach

Effective ESG investing requires a blended approach

By Pascal Blanqué

Whilst responsible investment was limited for a long time to a few pioneering investors, it has now become a major consideration for all long-term investors.

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How to assess macro developments – a case for Game Theory

How to assess macro developments – a case for Game Theory

By Brian Singer and Thomas Clarke

It is no secret the last few months have posed significant challenges for investors with various events having a sizeable impact on markets. Of these, the UK’s decision to leave the EU is the most obvious, but numerous others have all impacted markets at a macro level in some way. There are now others on the horizon – the repercussions of the US presidential election alone may be substantial, even before others are considered.

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The next frontier for systematic investing: fixed income

The next frontier for systematic investing: fixed income

By Scott Richardson

In an environment of low or negative yields, institutional investors face a challenge to generate sufficient returns and match liabilities. Systematic investment strategies are well developed and understood in equity markets, but they are scarcely utilised in fixed-income markets despite their potential to enhance returns.

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Friday View

Friday View

How investor action helps cut CO2 emissions