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Stewardship of money in workplace pensions – my jaundiced-eye view!

Having read 179 pages of FCA consultation, my head’s a little clearer on how we can make our money matter. Firstly we can invest in things that in themselves improve life on the planet and secondly we can invest through … Continue reading

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Power to the people: Democratizing the investment landscape

This blog is from Tumelo’s Charlie Barlow. I’ve been writing about this over the past few days but not like this. Maybe this is how I’d have put it if I was 35 years younger, though I doubt I’d have … Continue reading

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Should we have a say over the voting of our shares?

It’s not often that you see a Linked in post that reads like this. But it’s not often that you read a Government paper that is this forthright. There is a gap between demand from clients – which needs to … Continue reading

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Come for coffee with Julius and Tumelo; 10.30 this morning!

Dear Playpen member, you are cordially invited to our next coffee morning on Tuesday 21st September at 10:30am All Star, Julius Pursaill (who has oversight on over £200 Bn in Assets) will be discussing climate investing and private markets. Jonathan … Continue reading

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“Should fans have a voice?”; as with football, so with pensions.

I found this article  on Mallowstreet, a gated community for pension people. It is written by Sandra Woolf and its main contributor, Richard Butcher is both professional trustee and Chair of the PLSA. It is based on a press release … Continue reading

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How Scottish Widows is moving the dial on climate change

More details are emerging on how  Scottish Widows are helping to de-risk client portfolios of  ESG risks. The implication is that State Street needed client pressure to make the move and this was given credence by David Lee, a former … Continue reading

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ESG? – don’t take anyone’s word for it!

  We employ asset managers for a reason The reason we employ asset managers is that they are better at investing our money than we are ourselves. They can do the job more time and cost effeciently , execute our … Continue reading

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