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John Plender doubts whether fund managers can be regulated into active stewardship

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John Plender doubts whether fund managers can be regulated into active stewardship

Pension sector tries to calm investor fears

Don’t panic, savers told after Brexit vote sends markets tumbling

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Brexit — how will pensions be affected?

Market volatility could shrink value of retirement funds

Brazil failure shows up bad debt dynamics

A Petrobras recapitalisation is one of the solutions that is available

Norwegian pension fund dumps Petrobras

Concerns that bribery scandal at Brazilian oil group will spread

British Steel’s ‘special’ pensions

It would be fairer all round if the scheme was handled like everyone else

Pensions: The slow burn financial crisis

A lethal mix of low investment returns, high charges and insufficient contributions

UK’s pension regulation questioned

John Ralfe considers Halcrow’s deal with the Pension Protection Fund

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Thatcher’s ghost haunts Democrat pensions

Leftwing plans for defined benefit retirement schemes have taken a strange Republican turn, says John Dizard

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