- Published on: 15-11-2019
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Nearly half (43 per cent) of Nordic institutional investors are investing in impact strategies, new research has found.
Analysis by NN Investment Partners (NN IP) and Kirstein A/S revealed that a further 22 per cent had plans to invest in impact strategies
A senior DUP MP is “hopeful” that the UK Treasury will be “forthcoming” in funding a pension scheme for victims of the Troubles
Romania’s BT Asset Management S.A.I. (BTAM) and BT Investments have received approval from the country’s Financial Supervisory Authority to acquire 100 per cent of Certinvest Pensii
Assets under management (AUM) in cross-border pension plans increased by USD 1.1bn (€1bn) from 2018 to 2019, according to Willis Towers Watson (WTW)
The UK government plans to launch a consultation on addressing age discrimination identified in the McCloud court case while ensuring members keep all their benefits
Francesca Fabrizi meets Matti Leppälä, Secretary General and CEO of PensionsEurope, to discuss the key aims and objectives of the association today.
Laura Blows speaks to FTSE Russell Index's head of research, Mark Barnes, about his new paper, Implementation Considerations for Defensive Strategies
The Dutch pension system is seen by many as the model in Europe that other countries should try and emulate. Jack Gray investigates whether the nation deserves its position as the leading pension system, as well as the current challenges it is facing and what the future holds for the country’s pension system
Geographically speaking Luxembourg is a tiny country in Europe, but it has a successful funds industry. Duncan Ferris speaks to Association of Luxembourg Fund Industries (ALFI) director general, Camille Thommes, about its goals for
2020, and why it’s so invested in the pan-European personal pension product