Tag Archives: CIO

Nest passes £30bn !

Yesterday was a good day for big pension schemes. USS finally gave back its pre 2022 benefit promise to its members, the Government are rumored to be putting the PPF to work and yesterday Mark Fawcett and Elizabeth Fernando celebrated … Continue reading

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An advert you wouldn’t see in Britain!

Most UK pension people  will look at this advert (on Linked in) with bemusement, some may think it a scam, but I know the people behind this initiative and that, in Australia, they are in earnest for good. This article … Continue reading

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Time for the master-trusts to show their investment mettle.

I have a problem with the accountability of master trusts for their investment outcomes. To my knowledge, only NEST (in Mark Fawcett) has an appointed individual responsible for the member’s investment outcomes. Other master trusts may have internal accountabilities, but … Continue reading

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Alan Miller on price clustering among asset managers.

We recently published new research, backing up the recent FCA Asset Management Study findings regarding price clustering (i.e. cartel like pricing) within the UK fund management industry. SCM Direct analysed the non-index or tracker clean share classes of 683 funds … Continue reading

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