2014 is already a record-breaking year for UK pension funds’
in the Eurozone could cause underperformance across asset classes and investor
outflows, Fitch Ratings has said.
Weighting your benchmarks away from market capitalisation would reward portfolios with a much better Sharpe ratio, research has found.
A philosophical Gross considers why deflation is no longer acceptable, in his latest outlook for Janus Capital.
Improving life expectancy is expected to add billions to the amount companies must pay into their defined benefit plans.
Fixed income allocations are down as UK pension funds gain stability.
The UK insurer has moved to protect £1.35 billion of pension assets against pensioners living longer than expected.
An increasingly complex financial world does not call for
more complex portfolios, according to Idaho public pension’s CIO.
Markets may be back on a rollercoaster, but investors have
grown certain of success.
Rothesay Life and Legal & General have both announced de-risking deals for two UK pension funds.