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Drop in annuities demand hits UK insurers

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Canada pension fund sees India opportunity

CPPIB plans to expand portfolio to private equity and credit

Partnership defends financial stability

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BlackRock hires Canadian finance deputy

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UK pension reforms boost asset managers

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BlackRock slips down UK pensions ranking

Insight Investment Management overtakes the investment manager

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