- Actions speak louder than words: Society of Pension Consultants president Roger Mattingly
- Anton van Nunen: Difficult times call for extraordinary advice
- Aquila launches first fixed income risk parity fund
- BlackRock reorganises DC business and names Purvis as ‘CEO’
- Building steadily: what next for infrastructure?
- FCA finds no need for new transition management rules
- Government earmarks £50bn of infrastructure projects for private investors
- Green bonds
- LGPS infrastructure investment limits set to double
- Mannion quits GSK to join John Lewis
- Mike Weston appointed to head up Pensions Infrastructure Platform
- NAPF and PMI to discuss merger
- NAPF Conference: PIP to appoint chief executive
- Neil Woodford leaves Invesco after 25 years
- NEST in talks to join infrastructure platform – EXCLUSIVE
- No place like home: investing in residential property
- PIP begins search for investment managers
- Plumbing and markets
- Prevailing odds
- QE uncertainty hurting insurers’ income streams and driving them into riskier assets, says BlackRock
- Regulator issues asset-backed contribution guidance
- Schemes continue move out of equities
- Schemes shift from equities to bonds, hedge funds and cash, says regulator
- Schroders launches ILS fund
- Seeking returns: insurance companies and the low yield dilemma
- Shiller shares Nobel Prize for asset price analysis
- Sovereign debt: the gorilla in the room
- Tesco’s Smith announced as new NAPF chairman
- The burning issues: Centrica Combined Common Investment Fund’s Chetan Ghosh
- Threadneedle launches social bond fund
- Unconstrained investing: is freedom from indices the future?
- USS invests £392m in Heathrow Airport
- Watching out for the risk/return trade-off: Zurich Insurance Group’s Tom Rogers
Unilever has insured £129m of its pension fund for employees working abroad through a buy-in with Legal & General.
Fiduciary management is on the rise in the UK after migrating from mainland Europe. As it grows in popularity with UK defined benefit schemes, the benefits and concerns of adopting FM is coming under greater scrutiny.
As a car enthusiast, I can always find a tenuous driving analogy for anything. Nevertheless, when faced with the task of showcasing how derivatives should be implemented for pension schemes, drilling it down to brakes is an interesting way to demonstrate the complete picture.