- Published on: 15-11-2019
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Irish managed pension funds returned just 0.1 per cent over July, in what was described as a “damp squib” month for the funds.
The latest data from Rubicon Investment Consulting revealed that the best performer was Merrion Investment Managers with a return of 1.2 per cent, whilst New Ireland delivered the worst return with -1.6 per cent
AP Pension has revealed that its positive returns in the second quarter (Q2) has made up for a large part of the losses it saw in the first quarter (Q1)
Small- to mid-size pension risk transfer (PRT) transactions could see growth of up to 25 per cent in 2020 despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, according to analysis by Legal & General (L&G)
Sweden’s AP7 has increased the size of its green impact mandate by €48.5m
ITV has submitted an initial offer of £31m to The Pensions Regulator (TPR) to reach a settlement regarding its financial support of the Box Clever Group Pension Scheme
Europe’s pension funds are leading the way with a new Net Zero Investment Framework, which provides a practical blueprint for investors wanting to maximise the contribution they make in tackling climate change and achieving net zero emissions globally by 2050
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 European Insurance and Occupational Health Authority (EIOPA) has appointed The European Association of Paritarian Institutions (AEIP) president, Philip Neyt, and secretary general, Bruno Gabellieri, to its Occupational Pensions stakeholder Group (OPSG)
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
Over the past decade, ‘socially responsible’ investing has become a key objective of pension funds globally. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) risk ratings have enabled investors to incorporate ‘non-tangible’ information about a company, such as their environmental and employee welfare policies, into their investment decisions