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Ministry: infrastructure spend 'must earn LGPS money'Subscription

17 July, 2018 By Jimmy Nicholls

The civil servant overseeing local government pensions has said investments in UK infrastructure ”must earn LGPS money”, countering the perception that funds are obliged to channel money in that direction.


How each LGPS pool is managing its assetsSubscription

11 July, 2018 By Charlotte Moore

Charlotte Moore analyses each pools’ approach to investment across both conventional and alternative assets

David Walker

What LGPS funds can do at 100% fundingSubscription

11 July, 2018 By David Walker

Strong equity market returns over the past few years have led to some funds enjoying meaningful improvements in their funding position.

Rishi Sunak, the minister responsible for councils’ pension investments

Rishi Sunak: The focus is to make sure eight pools workSubscription

11 July, 2018 By

There is unlikely to be any further rationalisation of the LGPS, at least in the short term, beyond the current eight pools now being established in England and Wales. Nick Golding reports

Phil Triggs, tri-borough director of treasury and pensions, Westminster City Council

LGPS pools: a look at the different modelsSubscription

11 July, 2018 By Phil Triggs

Now we are through the government’s April deadline, Phil Triggs outlines the different pooling models and what they may be able to tell us about the future of pooling.

Bento Rodrigues, Mariana, Minas Gerais by Senado Federal

A case study for investors in environmental danger disclosureSubscription

11 July, 2018 By Jonathan Park

Many consider the 2015 collapse of the 30-storey-high Fundão dam to be Brazil’s worst environmental disaster ever.


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