Canada is a standout in the transparency of pension fund reporting, topping the list of countries for the third year in a row. The top five countries were rounded out by The Netherlands, Australia, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
Increased scrutiny on the transparency of disclosures is driving measurable improvements among some of the world’s largest asset owners, as refinements to the Global Pension Transparency Benchmark methodologies and board oversight boost attention on transparency.
The Global Pension Transparency Benchmark has revealed the top ranking funds globally for transparency of disclosure across cost, governance, performance and responsible investment. Click here for the results of 75 funds across 15 countries.
CPP Investments has topped the list of the most transparent funds according to the Global Pension Transparency Benchmark, which has revealed the scores of the 75 underlying funds from 15 countries for the first time. Check out all the fund results.
The transparency of pension fund disclosures has improved in the past year across the 15 countries and 75 pension funds measured in the Global Pension Transparency Benchmark, a collaboration between Top1000funds.com and CEM Benchmarking.
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