The Pensions Regulator’s investigation into a "multi-million-pound" pension fraud has continued today (13 April), as the defendants, Alan Barratt, Susan Dalton, and Julian Hanson, appeared before Westminster Magistrates’ Court.
As reported by our sister title, Pensions Age, all three have been charged with fraud by abuse of position as part of the criminal prosecution by the regulator
Sweden’s KPA Pension made a return of SEK 145,944 in 2020, according to its solvency and operations report
Italy’s Priamo Pension Fund has awarded a €200m global bond mandate to Payden & Rygel, following a public tender
PensionBee has published the pricing details for its initial public offering (IPO), confirming that the price range for the offer has been set at 155 pence to 175 pence per share, implying an estimated market capitalisation at admission of between £346m and £384m
Ireland’s Rubicon Investment Consulting, which publishes a monthly fund calculator of Irish managed pension funds, has expanded its calculator to include multi-asset pension funds
The average Swedish pensioner receives 75 per cent of their pre-retirement income, according to new analysis by Alecta.
Using data from Statistics Sweden, Alecta analysed the income of three million Swedes aged between 55-85 years old broken down into separate cohorts. It found that pensioners’ income has increased between each age cohort
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In this podcast, Irish Association of Pension Funds (IAPF) CEO, Jerry Moriarty and AMX Head of Client and Manager Development, Aaron Overy, discuss with European Pensions Editor, Natalie Tuck, how a cross-border approach to pensions can benefit multinational companies