Sovereign funds ignore climate risk

Large investors warned environmental change will affect returns

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File photo dated 06/03/14 of the Bank of England in London, which has warned over a potential credit crunch and urged lenders to bolster their balance sheets ahead of the EU referendum. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday March 29, 2016. The Bank's Financial Policy Committee (FPC) said the UK banking sector was "resilient", but said heightened uncertainty triggered by Britain's forthcoming referendum on EU membership posed a risk to financial stability. See PA story ECONOMY Bank. Photo credit should read: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire ©PA
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A Schroders sign is seen outside a building in the City of London March 22, 2013. Two of the City of London's oldest names could merge after fund manager Schroders said it was in talks to buy smaller rival Cazenove Capital. Schroders said in a statement on Friday it was considering a cash offer for Cazenove, which manages 18.7 billion pounds ($28.39 billion) in assets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ©Reuters
Nearly a third of external shareholders reject reappointment to the board of former chief executive

Banks told to stop pushing own funds

Brussels to prevent funnelling of clients to in-house products

Mark Delaney, AustralianSuper chief investment officer
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Australia pension alights at King's Cross

AustralianSuper questions value of private equity and hedge funds

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US public pensions crisis looms large

Huge problem of underfunding is crippling many cities and states

Banks’ self-serving fund sales must stop

It is time for regulators to investigate sales practices at banks, says Madison Marriage

Vultures lose their taste for Puerto Rico

John Dizard is mired in the legal mud of the island’s debt restructuring

Markets long for central bank sugar daddy

Negative interest rates are a dangerous comfort blanket, says Pascal Blanqué and Amin Rajan

Panama Papers are good for UK fund houses

Onshore might be about to become de rigueur, and the UK stacks up rather well, says Andrew McNally

French pension boss warns over low rates

Chief executive of ERAFP says ‘many funds will implode’

Kathleen Winters at MSCI

Movers & shakers: May 2

MSCI has appointed Kathleen Winters as chief financial officer

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