P+, Pensionskassen for Akademikere, wants its participants to learn about P+'s portfolio exclusions policy through an online game.
Investors in Europe make progress toward matching their securities lending programs with their ESG policies, but they say hurdles remain.
Money managers are creating new senior executive positions within their organizations to lead their diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
A number of U.K. money management firms improved their gender pay gap in 2020 compared with 2019.
Chief diversity, equity and inclusion officers detail some of their tangible goals and outline quantifiable targets.
Nigel Aston was appointed defined contribution sales director at SEI.
Consultants anticipate that 2021 will be another strong year when it comes to U.K. companies offloading pension risk.
Bond managers are expecting a large number of high-yield companies to be upgraded to investment-grade status in 2021 and 2022.
U.K. investors are negotiating better fees thanks to increased information afforded by Cost Transparency Initiative templates.
Managers operating in the U.K. have refuted claims that they are not complying with cost disclosure standards.
U.K. asset owners and money managers will jointly examine the role of stewardship in investments and manager selection processes.
Managers running environmental, social and governance strategies face fee declines as they compete for new asset flows.
Pension funds transferred $14.5 billion in liabilities through deals announced in December.
European investors are launching an independent institute to implement the new global tailings dam standard.
Institutional investors increasingly are splitting out China equities from their emerging market equity allocations.
Money managers in Europe have been ramping up stewardship processes, but investors still see room for improvement.
Newton Investment Management named Jenny Yoe head of U.K. institutional, a new role for the firm.
Money managers are coming under pressure from European investors to incorporate ESG factors across all investment processes.
The annual ranking by P&I and Willis Towers Watson PLC's Thinking Ahead Institute showed that passively managed assets increased 25.3%.
U.K. corporate DC plan executives are quicker than ever before to outsource assets to multiemployer plans as the pandemic goes on.
Retirement plan executives in Europe are dedicating more assets to active equity approaches as ESG information pools explode.
Investors are moving out of U.S.-domiciled money market funds as volatility subsides.