- Published on: 15-11-2019
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Swedish pension company, Skandia, has upped its commitment to sustainable investments, after its portfolio showed signs of a “stable” recovery during Q3.
The group’s assets under management (AUM) rose to SEK 690bnm during Q3, increasing from SEK 664bn at the end of the first half of 2020, as its financial accounts for Q3 revealed a “stable” recovery following previous market volatility amid the Covid-19 pandemic earlier this year
The average total pension of Finnish old-age pension recipients grew by 10 per cent between 2010 and 2019, according to a report by the Finnish Centre for Pensions (ETK)
Norway’s largest engineering organisation, NITO, has entered a partnership with Danica Pensjon, allowing the provider to offer pension accounts to its 92,000 workers
Alecta’s return on investment for defined benefit (DB) schemes was 2.1 per cent over the first nine months of 2020, less than a fifth of the 10.6 per cent achieved over the same period in 2019
Imperial College London, Grantham Institute, co-director and professor of geosciences, Martin Siegert, has been announced as the keynote speaker at the European Pensions Nordic Climate Change seminar taking place online on 18 November
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
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