Third more pensions choose infrastructure

Cash-strapped governments turn to institutional investors

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Jamie Dimon and Warren Buffett are strange champions for shareholder rights, says John Plender
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Lots of new capital is trying to get into art finance, says John Dizard

Risky derivatives trades face higher costs

Tougher rules for banks arouse fears over trading with other investors

Ian Gorham, CEO of Hargreaves Lansdown

Pensions reforms boost Hargreaves Lansdown

Investment supermarket weathers market turmoil to increase assets

Dimon-led governance project a tough sell

Asset managers involved lack activist credentials, analysis shows

No extras for women hit by pension change

Decision to accelerate planned rise has led to financial hardship

Anglo American pressed on climate change

Shareholders’ transparency call mirrored at Glencore and Rio Tinto

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Pension stress tests show €773bn shortfall

Schemes in UK, Netherlands and Germany face ‘existential threat’

Investment consulting figures revealed

Consultancy says pensions with fiduciary contracts did better

West Hall Care home Surrey, part of a trend for care catering to wealthy pensioners.

Watchdog warns on Master Trust pensions

Multi-employers schemes are subject to less regulatory scrutiny

L&G sets up £600m ‘build-to-rent’ fund

Sums committed to private rented sector in 2016 now exceed £1bn


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