Investors sceptical over pension risks

Companies with largest DB schemes most penalised

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Smith School paper finds ‘remarkable correlation’ between responsible investment and performance
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Hedge funds have lost that lovin’ feeling

High fees and a lack of performance are turning investors against the strategy, finds David Oakley

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Pimco leads charge into Chilean pensions

Regulator removes restrictions on Irish-domiciled funds

Pensions for UK MPs could go passive

Trustees consulting on converting from 55/45 active/passive split

Pension fund managers act ‘like lemmings’

Herding behaviour of industry threatens market stability

LOWESTOFT, ENGLAND - JULY 17: Elderly holidaymakers enjoy a traditional ice cream cone on the South Beach on July 17, 2014 in Lowestoft, England. The Met Office has issued a heatwave alert as temperatures throughout England and Wales are predicted to reach their highest level of the year this weekend. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
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Aviva searches for ‘holy grail’ pension

Vehicle to combine income guarantee with annuity returns

Hedge funds: California calls time

Calpers’s decision to withdraw its money has further alarmed the industry

Pension schemes stick with hedge funds

US fund giant exits $4bn holding

UK corporate pensions back hedge funds

Sector is given a boost after investments fell out of favour in US

Companies attacked over board packages

National Association of Pension Funds finds ‘repeat offenders’


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