The working lives of money managers in the U.K. might look very different now that COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted.
Olivier Mariee was named CEO of Amundi subsidiary CPR Asset Management, effective Sept. 6.
Swiss Life Asset Managers agreed to acquire the real estate business of Oslo-based investment firm Ness, Risan & Partners.
EQT Exeter closed its latest European logistics fund, EQT Exeter Europe Logistics Value Fund IV, at $2.5 billion.
Cecile Cabanis was named deputy CEO at alternatives manager Tikehau Capital, a new position.
Agfa UK Group Pension Plan insured $318 million in liabilities in a buy-in with Phoenix Group.
Dan Kemp was named global CIO of Morningstar's investment management group, taking over for Daniel Needham.
Emerging markets have become a victim of China's success in 2020, with investors underweight as recoveries trail developed markets.
Wim Koeleman was named managing director for the new pension system at APG Asset Management.
Steven Billiet was named head of global client group at BNP Paribas Asset Management.
Ladbrokes Pension Plan completed a $583 million buyout with Rothesay Life that will provide individual annuities to plan participants.
Ridgeon Group Pension and Life Assurance Scheme insured $69 million in liabilities with Legal & General.
Broker TP ICAP is set to launch a cryptoassets trading platform for institutional investors later this year.
Chrysalis Investments invested $104 million in global retirement savings technology platform provider Smart.
Bahare Haghshenas was named global head of sustainable transformation at EQT Group.
P+, Pensionskassen for Akademikere, wants its participants to learn about P+'s portfolio exclusions policy through an online game.
John Good & Sons Limited Pension Scheme insured $24 million in liabilities through a full buy-in with Legal & General.
U.K. retirement plans with at least $7.1 billion in assets must assess and publicly report climate change risks starting in October.
QNB Group and VTB Capital Investment Management partnered to attract institutional investment into their respective countries.
TUI Group U.K. Pension Trust insured $1.1 billion in liabilities through two buy-ins with Legal and General.
AIB Group U.K. Pension Scheme insured $86 million in liabilities through the conversion of an existing policy into a buy-in.
The European Commission fined three banks $451 million for colluding to fix prices in the eurozone government bond market.