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Risk & ERM
Alive & kicking
Alex Krüger looks at cryptocurrencies and asks what their relevance is for investors today
5th June 2019
Where standards intersect
Eve Pastor reports on the interaction between IFRS17 and IFRS9, and its implications for asset liability management, valuation and financial reporting
5th June 2019
Financial services stand to gain most from low-carbon transition
The financial sector is set to gain most from creating new sustainable products and services in response to climate change, a groundbreaking international study has revealed.
4th June 2019
Global venture capital investment falls
Venture capital investment dropped in the first quarter of this year from record heights in the last quarter of 2018.
1st May 2019
A seat at the table
Pauline Gordon, Monica Ho, Lesley-Ann Morgan, Reena Thakkar and Theny Thiagarajan discuss why so few women work in senior finance roles and how this might be addressed
6th March 2019
TPR publishes guidance for scheme valuations
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has today published guidance outlining how it expects employers and trustees to approach upcoming scheme valuations.
5th March 2019
Majority of private investors see Brexit 'opportunity'
More than half of private investors in the UK view Brexit as an opportunity, with the overwhelming majority confident about the outlook for their investments.
4th March 2019
ARC considers alternative models for Equity Release Mortgage calculations
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) has proposed a new model that better reflects historic UK house prices for equity release mortgage calculations.
25th February 2019
Illiquid assets could boost pension pots by 10%
Defined contribution (DC) pension scheme members could enjoy a 10% boost to their savings by adding illiquid assets to their default investment strategies, new research has found.
18th February 2019
FTSE 100 pension schemes 'highly exposed' to climate change
FTSE 100 companies are leaving their workers pension savings highly exposed to the potential impacts of climate change, research from ShareAction has revealed.
15th February 2019