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Joe outlines Neuberger Berman's approach to generating a consistent income through diversified multi asset class portfolios. The cost of investing LGPS assets is going to rise. This is despite the determined efforts of so many people inside and outside LGPS pooling. Asian debt exhibits robust fundamentals and bright long-term prospects, with attractive yields. How genuine collaboration between quantitative and fundamental analysts can enhance stock selection and portfolio construction.
With the increase in the use of drawdown options, the FCA has recently proposed governance remedies for issues centred on consumers who opt for drawdown without taking advice. These proposals are part of a wider drive for improved governance of workplace pensions and transparency for savers. So how did we arrive at this juncture, and what do providers need to do? Neal Capecci, Manulife Investment Management argues in this video that although there are rising trade tensions in the world, investors still find Asian bonds alluring.
Nimble companies are adopting subscription models to help grow their customer base and generate more predictable revenue streams. Capital Group investment professionals Nathan Meyer and Alan Wilson discuss their optimistic outlook for the multi-billion-dollar video games industry.
Capital Group investment professionals discuss the implications of U. Federal Reserve interest rate cuts, loose global monetary policy and negative interest rates. Emerging markets EM debt investment analyst and portfolio manager at Capital Group, Steve Backes, gives his take on why market sentiment has soured, whether capital controls will bring stability and the outlook for Argentina. The role of the investment industry is key to changing ESG matters, however the processes involved are complex and have far reaching effects.
There are unique characteristics in each that are worth reflecting on. John Simmonds tackles the issues of benchmarking when it comes to alternative investing. Simon Hubbard takes us through the key points to consider when monitoring and managing a negative cashflow position.
In recent years, we have seen a distinct trend in the way success is measured. Outsourced pensions administrators were heavily reliant on quantitative information, and largely focused on time and volume as the primary measures of success. Whilst this was, of course, an easy way to measure the service, it was too simplistic.
Does every decision need to go to the board? Do they need to assess manager performance at every meeting? Can asset owners allow decisions further down the organisation to be made through delegation? A new perspective on incorporating climate-related risks and opportunities in scenario analysis for strategic investment decision-making.
Learnings from e-commerce and beyond. Ortec's Maurits van Joolingen shares his thoughts on ratings, reviews and choices when it comes to investment management. Chris Mason tackles the climate change topic and debates if the industry can do more to help. The ever-growing volume of bulk annuity transactions has seen them become somewhat more standardised, but perhaps more importantly, the lawyers and consultants who regularly advise in this area now have established relationships and precedent documentation with most or all of the relevant insurers.
Does that make it easier to transact quickly? While the pace of closures appears to be slowing, the outcome remains inevitable. Despite evolving as an asset class and becoming a strategic holding for many, emerging market EM debt can still be clouded by misconceptions and concerns for some investors.
The reality is that these markets continue to mature, but still offer the potential for diversification and enhanced returns. We examine the reality of EM debt investing and find that, while challenges remain, fixed-income investing in EM is more robust and investible than is often perceived.
Ahead of the PPF levy deadline Robert Palmer explains how checking your data is correct could save more than just money. This article explores some of the tension between these dynamics, discusses other risks that a scheme should be focusing on and reflects on the possible implications for leveraged LDI structures. Tej Donsanjh looks at the worth of outsourcing investment decisions to investment experts. Amanda Burdge discusses the merit of active and passive management in the correct environments.
Sacha van Hoogdalem discusses the complexities associated with considering DC offerings as an alternative. Emerging market equity is the asset class being considered by the most investors for the six months ahead, according to a survey of pensions schemes, asset managers, and consultants.
Assets under management at the world's largest pension funds increased in value by 6. Finland's largest pension fund has reduced its US stocks after questioning the legitimacy of Donald Trump's presidency. BMO Global Asset Management has launched a new fund that will invest in small companies in emerging markets. Kames Capital has launched a new fund that enables pension schemes to track the commercial property funds market.
One of Canada's largest pension investment managers has announced an increase in its net assets for In this article Capital Group looks at the shifting global trade landscape, with the advancement in digital economies comes a host of difficulties and as their size grows, issues related to digital commerce and intellectual property gain prominence in trade agreements. Understanding what drives valuations and differentiates markets is key to delivering attractive long-term investment returns.
The former owners of Bernard Matthews lined their own pockets by rejecting a buyout offer that would have protected the company pension scheme, according to the Work and Pensions Committee. How often have you looked back and thought "it was obvious, why didn't I act? As we enter , are we at such a moment?
John "Jack" Bogle, the retired founder of The Vanguard Group, wrote in his Princeton University thesis in that mutual funds "may make no claim to superiority over the market averages" 1. While he expected "mutual funds to live up to this responsibility and become much more active in the future", it seems nothing much has changed.
Public sector pension funds have increased their exposure to alternative assets over the last three years. Defined benefit DB pension schemes are rapidly moving into cash flow negative territory. As their members grow older, it's time to make good on those pension promises. This paper discusses the importance of capital markets for real estate investing, identify tools and techniques for tracking capital markets across the globe, and provide a simple framework for collating he best leading indications of the next turning point in the current cycle in the three regions where are most active; North America, Europe and Asia — Pacific.
Some of the UK's biggest pension schemes have co-founded an initiative to understand how the transition to a low carbon economy affects their investments. A cross-party group of MPs and More than half the people currently saving into a workplace pension would be willing to contribute more, according to new research by Aviva. The Pension and Lifetime Savings Association launched three new guides at its annual conference in Liverpool last week.
Focusing on how China has become enormously important to the Australian economy as its largest export destination, a rapid source of growth in inbound international tourism and migration, plus a strong source of foreign investment. The government plans to create further access to Pension Wise for those considering selling their annuities.
The UK PRS offers institutions a compelling combination of reliable income growth and robust capital values. The government announces they are close to launching the new Lifetime Savings Account with some firms saying they are ready to offer their own LISAs by April.
The head of corporate consulting at independent consultant Hymans Robertson says Defined Benefit pensions will become a thing of the past. People aged between 18 and 35 feel pressured to save but feel they can't, according to new research from the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association PLSA.
Our analysis identifies that European regions, but our interest predominately goes out to the major cities that are discussed in this report. New technology to help pension schemes assess longevity risk is now being used by its first schemes. BlackRock has launched a new income fund for DB schemes which has access to a range of income sources. The UK's smaller pension funds are more exposed than others to market volatility linked with the forthcoming EU referendum, according to new research.
Mark Walker, the global chief investment officer and managing director of Unilever's internal pension investment organisation, is the latest new member of the Club. Younger people intend to include annuities in their retirement strategies, despite sweeping changes to pension rules, a new survey has found. Wealthy professionals are rejecting retiring at 65 in favour of starting a business, pursuing an alternative career or doing good, according to a new report by UBS Wealth Management.
Climate change will have far reaching implications for companies and assets that pensions funds invest in, according to chief investment officer at The Pensions Trust, David Adkins. Fundamental changes to tax relief are coming and everyone agrees that an ISA-style system won't work - but is a flat rate the answer? Haringey Borough Council in London has pledged to invest one third of its equity funds into a low carbon fund.
Investors needs to consider how the new climate change agreement will change their investment portfolios, according to the head of sustainable funds at Royal London Asset Management. Today's investment environment requires a truly global perspective, a vision that takes into account the changing nature of the world's economies and markets. Because multinational or global companies now represent a driving force in worldwide economic integration, it may no longer be sufficient to follow the traditional paradigm of investing in companies based on their country of domicile.
The domicile approach to measuring geographic exposures - one of the primary building blocks of asset allocation - arguably is less relevant and increasingly disconnected from the fundamentals that drive companies and portfolios.
We believe an additional way to look at companies, and evaluate portfolios, is to consider where those companies do business, not where they are headquartered - an approach that contributes to a 'new geography of investing'. Fewer than a third of UK charities have looked at the debated issue of fossil fuel exclusion, according to the second annual Newton Charity Investment Survey.
AXA Investment Mangers has launched a new 'green' bonds fund to provide its investors with access to the growing global green bonds market. The City of Munster has become the first German city to ban investments in coal, oil and gas companies in response to climate change.
Findings of a pensions analysis report show half of FTSE DB schemes are already cashflow negative - or soon will be. The third Swedish national pension fund, AP3, has announced plans to drop Volkswagen AG as an investment option as the emissions scandal continues to affect returns. A group of seven local government schemes are working together on an initiative for passively managed assets.
Calls for further divestment from fossil fuels came from environmental leaders at a conference on divestment in France. Pension transfer requests from DB schemes to DC schemes have doubled since the pension reform in April, according to research from one provider. Norway's sovereign wealth fund is removing four Asian companies from its investment portfolio for ethical reasons.
More than a quarter of SMEs in the north of the country are planning to pay more than the minimum auto-enrolment contributions. Global asset manager Aviva Investors has announced a new funding agreement with Genesis Housing Association. As fossil fuel divestment becomes one of the fastest campaigns of its kind in history the world's largest pension fund is set to divest from coal. Global asset manager Aviva has completed a new funding arrangement for affordable homes in Wales.
A multi-million pound grant for a social housing initiative in Falkirk, Scotland has been brought forward, generating additional income for the council's pension fund. A group of British pension funds have secured 10 per cent of rail company Eurostar as the UK government sold off its share of the company for GBP A multi-employer pension plan specifically for defined benefit DB schemes has been launched by Deloitte.
The European Commission has launched its landmark project to unlock funding for businesses in Europe. Sixteen of the UK's largest pension funds have joined forces to ensure asset managers fulfil the promises they make regarding responsible investment. Industry experts are divided over whether the impact of the larger than expected quantitative easing plans announced by the European Central Bank ECB will be positive.
The University of Bedfordshire has become the second higher education institution in the UK to commit to not investing in the fossil fuel industry. Emerging markets expert Ashmore has urged investors to keep sight of the big picture despite global volatility in the year ahead.
Students in Washington took part in the largest on-campus demonstration in the history of the divestment movement to demand that administrators divest from fossil fuels. The United Nations has become the latest voice calling on pension funds to cut investments in oil companies and other fossil fuel businesses in a bid to tackle climate change.
Questions have been raised about the fairness of non-disclosure agreements between asset managers and pension funds. New rules to clampdown on the pensions industry's dealings with hedge funds are being introduced in Denmark. Two of the UK's largest pension funds are reducing exposure to hedge funds to the tune of several billion.
This absolute size estimate, and its segmentation for different owner types and across countries, provides a baseline for assessing property allocations and the impact of capital market flows on real estate. Pension plans are evolving, and the vehicles they use to invest in real estate are adapting alongside them. All pension systems have the same goal: providing retirement income. But they reach this goal by many different paths.
Defined benefit DB pension schemes should be changing their approach and diverting sponsor contributions into alternative financing strategies as schemes climb towards a healthier funding status. The Bank of England BoE has published a discussion paper which examines trends in the investment decisions of insurance companies and pension funds.
The "visible and hidden" costs of investment management should be fully disclosed, the Pensions Institute has said. Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn PFZW has entered into a risk sharing transaction with Rabobank concerning a portfolio of corporate loans to help stimulate the Dutch economy. Norwegian pension fund Storebrand has excluded ten companies in the utilities sector as a result of a decision to further reduce its investments in coal.
PGGM has decided to divest from five Israeli banks because they are involved in financing Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, the Dutch pension fund manager has said. The Principles for Responsible Investment PRI Initiative is planning to appoint an external independent advisor to review the organisation's governance. Pension funds in the UK must do more to recognise the growing financial risks of climate change, non-governmental organisations NGOs and unions have said.
Defined benefit DB schemes in the UK could be losing millions of pounds in high costs and poor fund performance if they adopt static asset allocations using active fund managers, an investment adviser has said. A consultation paper reviewing how 'fiduciary duties' apply to investment intermediaries has been published by the Law Commission and welcomed by the National Association of Pension Funds NAPF.
Pension scheme trustees are increasingly willing to consider a wider range of asset classes than has previously been the case, Aon Hewitt has found. Sweden's state-managed funds have announced that they will divest their holdings in Walmart, Freeport McMoRan, Incitec Pivot and Potash due to ethical concerns. One year into the auto-enrolment project the focus should now shift to how the money will be invested, AllianceBernstein has said.
Many UK schemes are not approaching their property investment in the right way and are missing out on better returns or taking more risk than necessary, an investment adviser has said. Nearly two out of three UK pension fund managers plan to retain or increase their current exposure to fixed income over the next three years despite uncertainty about the prospects for the asset class, research from Aquila Capital has found.
Almost one third of defined benefit DB schemes already expect to be cash flow negative this year and the trend is expected to increase, according to the findings of a survey of UK DB schemes. Nearly one in five pension fund managers believe that frontier markets have the biggest potential for equity gains over the next ten years, research by Baring Asset Management Barings has found. Norwegian pension fund and life insurance firm Storebrand has excluded 13 coal and six oil sands companies from all investments following the latest sustainability analysis of the energy sector.
The Pensions Management Institute PMI has entered into a partnership with an engineering, management and development consultancy. Major changes in investment strategy are still being driven by a liability shortfall, a new survey has revealed. Five local authority pension funds are seeking expressions of interest from asset managers in a new investment initiative to deliver financial returns and create a positive economic impact.
A new guide has been launched by the National Association of Pension Funds NAPF to encourage its members to invest responsibly by considering 'extra-financial factors'. About Us Methodology Contact us. Pension Funds Insider Pension Funds Insider brings the latest pensions news and industry insights; from investment and governance updates to new mandate appointments and pensions regulatory information.
Pension Funds Insider search form Search articles. Sign up to the PFI Bulletin. Is China investible? Monday, June 13, Does investing in China still make sense? Are we currently seeing the emergence of a new global monetary system?
Thursday, May 26, After World War 2, the US and other developed economies, agreed to establish an international gold backed monetary system. Is the buyout market capacity crunch here? Wednesday, May 11, Insurers have the capital and appetite to write a vast amount of bulk annuity business each year and, to date, a lack of insurer capacity has never been an issue for pension schemes looking to purchase a bulk annuity.
Managing downside risk in defined benefit schemes Monday, April 4, Investment strategy is the powerhouse of any defined benefit DB scheme. Why the war in Ukraine affects every pension scheme, however small Monday, March 14, The current situation in Ukraine is unsettling and concerning on many different levels.
Another turbulent year for investors: China in Tuesday, February 15, As China enters the Year of the Tiger, we look back on a tough Benchmarking cash Wednesday, December 22, It has become apparent that inter-bank rates have regrettably long passed their sell-by date. Reducing carbon emissions in emerging markets Thursday, December 9, A case of necessity trumping over the environment?
Standing out in the crowd Friday, August 27, The bulk annuity market is buoyant, but you might not realise it looking at recently published numbers on transaction volumes. The Investment Podcast: Sustainability in private credit — can the two go hand in hand? Tuesday, July 6, While sustainability has been most obviously implemented within public markets, appetite from investors to access private market opportunities has grown. Global Real Estate Outlook: Navigating the road to recovery Thursday, June 3, The unparalleled economic disruption and acceleration of structural trends caused by the pandemic has focused investors on positioning for the long term.
Value centric pension administration — how to move the needle Thursday, April 15, Is the UK too focused on driving pension administration costs down or are we missing something vital? The rise of government bond yields Thursday, April 1, Pension schemes are one of the largest investors in fixed income instruments and hence are sensitive to central bank policy - monitoring of global monetary policies are of utmost importance.
A review of a turbulent Monday, March 15, The Chinese perspective. Doing well by doing good Wednesday, February 10, Dwindling biodiversity, climate change and social injustice are just a few of the forces reshaping our understanding of economics. The Case for Hedged Equity Thursday, January 21, If any of the questions below are important to your pension scheme — we think it is worth a few minutes of your time to read this post:.
Pensions, pitfalls and presentation screw ups - musings from the box room Monday, January 18, There is no doubt that presented a challenging environment for trustees, administrators, and advisers. Increased regulation of technology companies: a Chinese perspective Tuesday, December 22, In October there was much market attention — excitement even — around the imminent listing in Hong Kong of Ant Financial, the Alibaba-affiliated digital finance giant The world that COVID built Monday, November 16, will go down in history as the year of the pandemic; an epic shock for societies and economies with dramatic ramifications on people and industries.
Cost disclosure - smoke and mirrors Friday, November 13, Too many pension funds are criticised because the costs they disclose in financial statements are high. Chinese Environmental Change - What is the impact? Monday, October 19, Environmental changes can have a material impact on financial performance, so why compromise between financial return and ESG?
Friday, August 14, The exceptional market volatility and global economic impact that has come with the COVID pandemic has brought an equally exceptional response from global policy makers A Technology Cold War? The long and winding road to recovery?
Tuesday, June 16, Is this the low point for the UK economy and the start of a long road to recovery? How many managers? Tuesday, June 16, When could a multi-manager approach in China be particularly effective for the risk aware investor?
PE Investing at Market Inflections Wednesday, May 20, Faced with the uncertainties of the COVID crisis and demands for portfolio rebalancing, investors may be tempted to cut their private equity programs or re-think plans to expand them. Trends in Private Market Investing Friday, May 15, Sean Ward looks at the trends that are emerging across buyout managers and how this is impacting investor sentiment. Private Debt Through the Crisis Tuesday, May 12, Susan Kasser at Neuberger Berman explores the themes that remain consistent in private debt portfolios through the crisis and those that will likely reassert themselves following the dislocation.
Perspective on Private Credit Friday, May 8, Listen to David Lyon, Co-Head of Private Credit at Neuberger Berman as he discusses the current dislocation in the credit markets and the types of investment opportunities that may emerge as a result.
Opportunity in Credit Dislocation Thursday, May 7, Michael Holmberg and John Humphrey of Neuberger Berman provide an update on the credit market dislocations resulting from the crisis, what is causing concern in the market and how to find the opportunities that are emerging.
Real Estate Investing through the Crisis Tuesday, May 5, Matthew Kaplan reviews the impact to different sectors of the real estate market resulting from COVID, where opportunities may arise as the market finds its footing. European Private Equity Insights Thursday, April 30, Joana Rocha Scaff, Head of Europe Private Equity at Neuberger Berman, delves into how European private equity firms are dealing with the crisis, best practices for investor communications and the importance of understanding the long and short term impact of the crisis.
European Fixed Income Market Update Tuesday, April 28, In this video, Investment Grade European Fixed Income Head at Neuberger Berman, Patrick Barbe provides an update on current conditions across bond markets, explaining what he believes marks an important turning point in the current situation.
Uncorrelated Strategies Market Update Friday, April 24, In this short video, Portfolio Manager, Fred Ingham provides an update on current conditions across uncorrelated strategies, offering his thoughts on both the short and longer-term impacts of COVID on asset markets. Covid and the bulk annuity market Monday, April 20, There are still benefits to be had from dealing in uncertain times.
Global High Yield Market Update Monday, April 20, In this video update from Senior Portfolio Manager, Vivek Bommi at Neuberger Berman, we review conditions across global non-investment grade bond markets and offer our outlook for the asset class. Capitalism meets Coronavirus Friday, April 17, Despite the clearly tragic short-term impacts of the coronavirus, could the outbreak be an unintended agent of change? Making good use of cost data: 3 — am I becoming more efficient? Thursday, April 2, The Cost Transparency Initiative CTI templates are helping pension funds to get a grip on their investment costs — but how can funds make the data useful?
There are three fundamental questions that pension fund Boards should expect answers on:. Making good use of cost data: 2 — am I getting value-for-money? Monday, February 24, The Cost Transparency Initiative CTI templates are helping pension funds to get a grip on their investment costs — but how can funds make the data useful?
Making good use of cost data: 1 — are my costs reasonable? Tuesday, February 11, The Cost Transparency Initiative CTI templates are helping pension funds to get a grip on their investment costs — but how can funds make the data useful? Asia Bonds: Tactical Value for a Long-Term Opportunity Friday, December 20, Asian debt exhibits robust fundamentals and bright long-term prospects, with attractive yields.
Two Cultures, One Aim Thursday, December 19, How genuine collaboration between quantitative and fundamental analysts can enhance stock selection and portfolio construction. Investment pathways and independent governance Monday, November 11, With the increase in the use of drawdown options, the FCA has recently proposed governance remedies for issues centred on consumers who opt for drawdown without taking advice. Three interest-rate cuts in three months, is the Fed done cutting?
The appeal of Absolute return investing and Asia fixed income Monday, October 28, Neal Capecci, Manulife Investment Management argues in this video that although there are rising trade tensions in the world, investors still find Asian bonds alluring. Can offering ESG investment approaches help drive member engagement?
Sign up for the business model of the future Monday, October 14, Nimble companies are adopting subscription models to help grow their customer base and generate more predictable revenue streams. Video game industry goes for the win Friday, October 11, Capital Group investment professionals Nathan Meyer and Alan Wilson discuss their optimistic outlook for the multi-billion-dollar video games industry.
Keeping it local Friday, October 11, RisCura takes debates the benefits of local specialists. The Fed cuts rates again amid low inflation. Thursday, October 10, Capital Group investment professionals discuss the implications of U.
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