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Global Pensions Wrap: May 25 edition

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A round-up of the global pensions industry stories published across the FT Group – from a Taiwan fund boosting its absolute return exposure, to an ex-fire chief’s 15-year sentence for a $10m (£7.9m) Ponzi scam. 

Darbyshire joins LPP as head of pension admin

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Data remains a key issue for pension funds, according to the Local Pensions Partnership’s Joanne Darbyshire.

Global Pensions Wrap: May 18 edition

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A round-up of the global pensions industry stories published across the FT Group – from the activist wave hitting Japan's biggest companies to shareholders remaining indifferent to eye-watering pension awards at a UK bank.

Snaps from PIPA 2019

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Congratulations to all the 20th anniversary Pension and Investment Provider Awards winners, and thank you to everyone who made it a great night! Here are some snaps and tweets from the ceremony. 

Global Pensions Wrap: May 4 2019

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A round-up of the pensions industry stories published across the FT Group – from a Frankfurt-based manager’s anti-greenwashing drive, to a California pension fund’s plans to bring more assets in-house.

Global Pensions Wrap: April 27 2019

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A round-up of the pensions industry stories published across the FT Group – from an Arizona state pension being under fire for substantial raises, to multi-manager plans at Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund.

Global Pensions Wrap: April 19 edition

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A round-up of the pensions industry stories published across the FT Group – from a US pension's sustainable portfolio plans, to talks between foreign insurers and Chinese officials over the country's private pensions space.

Global Pensions Wrap: April 13 edition

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A round-up of the pensions industry stories published across the FT Group – institutions' grip on the fate of the Italian economy to reluctant Irish adoption of liability hedging.

New pensions service calls for stakeholder views on financial wellbeing

News On the Go

On the go: The Money and Pensions Service will be carrying out a number of events across the UK between now and June, enabling stakeholders to discuss what is needed to boost financial wellbeing in local communities and across the country.

Only 13% of organisations predict CDC adoption in next six years

News On the Go

On the go: Only 13 per cent of trustees and sponsors predict that their organisations will adopt a collective defined contribution scheme of some sort by 2025, according to research by Willis Towers Watson.