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FTSE 100 firms increasingly linking ESG goals with executive pay
The UK's 100 largest listed firms are increasingly including environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations in remuneration decisions, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has uncovered.
Tuesday 23rd November 2021
Investing in the future
Vrishti Goel looks at the challenges facing organisations that want to consider ESG issues within their investments
Wednesday 3rd November 2021
Full steam ahead: insurers and product innovation
Ciara Izuchukwu looks at how insurers are innovating to provide more personalised products to customers – and why this is so important
Wednesday 6th October 2021
'Great resignation' could lead to over £100bn in lost pensions
UK workers could lose track of more than £100bn in pension savings as huge numbers look to change jobs following the COVID-19 pandemic, new analysis suggests.
Tuesday 21st September 2021
Large firms preparing for intense public scrutiny post-Covid
Large companies are preparing for an intense level of scrutiny over the next 12 months as the public and government show more interest in their business practices and behaviour following COVID-19.
Tuesday 21st September 2021
Back-up planning: the rising need for cryptocurrency insurance
Adeetya Tantia considers the rising need for cryptocurrency insurance
Wednesday 1st September 2021
Majority of employers expect hybrid working post-Covid
Only three in 10 UK employers expect to have their workforce fully back onsite in two years' time following the outbreak of COVID-19, a study by Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has found.
Wednesday 25th August 2021
Professional trustees taking greater control of UK pensions
Increasing regulatory pressure and the need for cost efficiencies has seen almost half of UK pension schemes turn to professional trustees as they search for more governance simplicity.
Wednesday 28th July 2021
Women now account for a third of financial sector board roles
The UK's financial sector has made significant progress boosting female representation over the last five years, with women now accounting for almost a third of board roles.
Monday 19th July 2021
Automation to transform actuarial work over next five years
Life and property and casualty (P&C) insurers are set to accelerate their use of automation over the next five years as they look to improve the efficiency and auditability of their actuarial processes.
Wednesday 14th July 2021