Market volatility, liquidity and cash flows are the three layers of risk that Denmark’s LD is building its portfolio around. Its CIO Claus Buchwald Christjansen tells Caroline Liinanki about its dilemmas
The Swedish regulator’s proposals on how to extrapolate the risk-free yield curve under Solvency II has been given a positive reception by the industry
Diminishing returns have led the Nobel Foundation to rethink its approach to investment
As Japanese equities surge after 20 years of recession, investors must decide whether this is the start of a sustained recovery or just another dead-cat bounce
Danica Pension is looking to add more exciting investments to its portfolio. Infrastructure, forestry, collateralised loan obligations and stakes in unlisted companies are some of the asset classes it is targeting.
Allan Polack, chief executive officer of Nordea Asset Management, is heading up a task force that looks to influence policymakers in Brussels to ensure regulation does not hinder institutional investors from making long-term investment decisions.
Icelandic pension funds are considering buying Íslandsbanki, one of the three major retail banks rescued after the island’s 2008 financial system collapse
Iceland's pension funds are up in arms at what are characterised as interrogations of pension fund board members. But the inquisitor-in-chief says the interviewees are treated to cake
As a new government investigation into IORPs regulation in Sweden gets underway, the sector anticipates its release from ‘legal limbo’
As Unipension chooses to swap domestic property for global real estate funds, other large pension funds are heading in the opposite direction and putting their faith firmly in the Danish market