January 20, 2017
Malaysia’s KWAP fund for public officials will further diversify its asset allocation in the year ahead, increasing investment in alternatives; it will also continue to pursue sharia compliance.
The link between better governance and stronger returns lies somewhere between faith and fact; however, in a historically tough climate, the argument for best practice seems overwhelming.
We can debate the certainty of risks and returns, but maintaining that investment in tobacco is in the best interests of ordinary workers is clearly becoming an increasingly difficult position.
From quantum computing increasing the risk of damaging cyber attacks to towering global debt levels, pension funds are being urged to adopt clear risk strategies to manage emerging risks.
In exercising fiduciary duty, it is not the origin of long-term value drivers that matters, but their financial materiality, and that includes ESG says Will Martindale, head of policy at PRI.
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