Equities

UK pension schemes are losing out on £1.7bn in potential annual returns by accepting passive-style performance from actively managed funds according to Aon Hewitt. The UK’s pension industry managed £...
Pension fund allocations to alternatives increase as European investors, rattled by the volatility created by the Eurozone crisis, continue to turn their back on the equity markets, according to...
Results were mixed for balanced pooled funds during the third quarter of 2011 with equity funds struggling and bonds performing well, according to latest statistics from BNY Mellon Asset Servicing...
Over the last 10 years there has been a significant shift by UK pension funds away from equities into bonds and Index-Linked.  New research from BNY Mellon shows that the total percentage held in...
Despite the impressive success of exchange traded funds, UK pension schemes are reluctant to use them. Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard, explains
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) and the Pensions Regulator) today published the latest version of the Purple Book which is required reading for all pensions professionals. This is the fifth...
It is time to consider alternative assets for a more diversified portfolio in these difficult economic times suggests Carl Hess, Towers Watson