Tag Archives: Green gilts

“Welcome to the corridors of corruption” (Con Keating unedited)

This article first appeared in Professional Pensions , a little edited and under the title “state goals won’t override my duty. This is the unexpurgated version published the day after the Prime Minister outlined his vision for Britain at his … Continue reading

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Green Gilts and the Greenium: Value for money, virtue signalling or breach of trust?

  On 28th May, 2021 the UK Debt Management Office issued a press release which said: “HM Treasury will publish the government’s green financing framework on Wednesday 30 June 2021 and it is planned that the inaugural green gilt issue … Continue reading

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Can our pensions build back better? Sunak paints a greener picture.

Ricki Sunak’s first speech on financial services in the House of Commons came on the day we absorbed a Biden and a vaccine win. It was a bad day for viruses but a good day for the markets which bounced … Continue reading

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