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Strathclyde Pension Fund

With over 250,000 members and over £25bn of investments Strathclyde Pension Fund is one of the 2 biggest LGPS funds, one of the top 20 UK pension funds and one of the top 50 European pension funds. Strathclyde Pension Fund began in 1975 with assets valued at £126.7million. The value of the Fund had risen to £26.3 billion


United Kingdom

AUM ($B)




Chief Executive

Richard McIndoe

Chief Investment Officer

Richard McIndoe


Richard Bell

Asset allocation
Global Equity (52.5%) Hedging and Insurance (1.5%) Credit (6%) Short term enhanced yield (20%) Long term enhanced yield (20%)

52.5% Equity

1.5% Hedging and Insurance

6% Credit

20% Short Term Enhanced Yield

20% Long Term Enhanced Yield related articles
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Fewer, bigger funds for UK?

Australia, the US, Canada and Denmark have all done it. Kazakhstan and even Oman are talking about it. Increasingly, public sector pension funds are merging or pooling their assets into fewer bigger schemes. It’s no surprise the debate is gathering momentum in the United Kingdom, ripe for consolidation with a Local Government Pension Fund Scheme […]
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Real estate the object of desire for UK funds

United Kingdom pension funds will increase their real estate allocations as bond and equity investments continue to disappoint, according to new research by property consultancy Jones Lang Lasalle. The funds typically hold around 5 per cent of their assets in real estate, but the recent findings predict the pendulum will swing in favour of much […]
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Alternative benchmarks attractive for Strathclyde

For many trustees, fundamental indexing is still too much of a leap to risk any serious asset allocation. But the £11 billion Glasgow-based Strathclyde Pension Fund, one of the largest UK local authority schemes, plans to invest in the strategy. The idea is to track an equity index that weights companies according to their economic […]

UK’s NAPF conference focuses on three issues

The agenda at the United Kingdom’s National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) annual shindig in Liverpool’s Echo Arena on the banks of the Mersey couldn’t have been broader. From early analysis of auto-enrolment, the biggest shake-up of the industry in a generation and just days old, to life expectancy, Britain’s role in the European Union, […]
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