‘Perverse’ consulting industry condemned

UK pension funds call for stricter oversight by the regulator

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The engineer in charge of the loading operation supervises the process in which the coal gets watered and flattened before transport to the port at the Cerrejon coal mine complex near the village of Albania, Colombia, on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015. By maintaining sales volumes, miners are banking on being the first to benefit from a revival in demand, according to Howard Gatiss, chief executive officer of Coal Marketing Co., the sole marketer of coal from Colombia's Cerrejon complex, the nation's largest producer. Photographer: Mariana Greif Etchebehere/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
Asset managers operating in the country will have to provide a ‘sustainability overview’
Skyscrapers including Tower 42, the Heron Tower, the Leadenhall building, also known as the "Cheesegrater," 20 Fenchurch Street, also known as the "Walkie-Talkie," and the Shard, stand surrounded by commercial office buildings in this aerial photograph looking east along the River Thames towards Canary Wharf from the City of London, U.K., on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013. The pound approached a two-year high versus the dollar after Bank of England policy maker Andrew Bailey said the central bank may take steps to prevent U.K. house prices from rising too quickly. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
Launch of collective investment vehicle will save £3m in costs

BlackRock steps up its European lobbying

Fund giant met EU officials more times than any other company

London pension schemes to pool £25bn

Launch of collective investment vehicle will save £3m in costs

Fierce competition for pension assets

Survey shows big managers won market share from smaller rivals

Sweden: climate impact must be disclosed

Asset managers will have to provide a ‘sustainability overview’

Sue Round

The woman who ditched fashion for funds

Manager of the Amity UK fund says the industry needs more women

Bond market blues sneak up on fund houses

Liquidity risk is being transferred to investment managers

L&G and Source form ETF alliance

New platform will launch of a range of physical ETFs in 2016

Ian Dicks

Nightmare of Mario Draghi’s crowded trade

It could all go horribly wrong for European equities, says David Oakley

A union card for control of the economy

The macroeconomic model used by central banks does not work, says John Dizard

Globalisation rescues castles in the sky

The commercial property market in the developed world refuses to wilt, says John Plender

The week: November 23

Achievement Asset Management, the hedge fund, is to close after bets on energy bonds went wrong

Movers and shakers: November 23

Mark Richards joins JP Morgan Asset Management as a strategist


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