Tag Archives: pension funds

What do savers and pensioners say on climate change?

  Three events have dominated my news this week The impact of Coronavirus on people, events and financial markets The ruling against Heathrow’s third runway interventions by the DWP to ensure schemes measure and mange their carbon footprint. The arguments … Continue reading

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Could workplace defaults give best value for money?

The results from our first 100 retirement savers are in and our test group averaged 54/100 on their outcomes. Some of the people who did best are in workplace pensions , including a friend from Port Talbot who has got … Continue reading

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When will they ever learn? (The CDO is back)

The FT reports (with its usual light touch ) that the collateralized debt obligation is back and being used by Global Pension Funds (and hedge funds) as an alternative to junk bonds. I question whether in its “authentic” (CLO) or … Continue reading

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Doing something useful with our money

Pension Funds like bonds, they provide a regular income stream and some bonds pay income for twenty years or more, a bit like lending money as a mortgage. Which begs the question “why don’t pension funds lend money as mortgages?”. … Continue reading

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