For example, our research analyzed about 5,000 companies worldwide. This uses a combination of historical data and a risk-adjusted view of forward-looking targets for the evolution of companies’ carbon intensity. We use a time horizon of 2030 to emphasize the importance of short-term action and reflect the rapidly declining confidenceRead More →

By Arindam Guha As the country prepares for the third wave of the pandemic, policymakers continue to evaluate various alternative levers to achieve continued economic growth ahead of the 2022-23 budget. The National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) of Rs 111 Lakh crore, which is expected to have a multiplier effect ofRead More →

New Delhi: The EPFO ​​(Employee Provident Fund Organization) has announced that pensions will now be credited to the accounts of EPS 95 retirees until the last working day of each month. In a circular dated January 13, 2022, EPFO ​​specifies that the “pension credited on the 1st working day ofRead More →

German pension funds seek to build investments in alternative asset classes as they offer the prospect of higher returns in growing private markets and protection against rising inflation. The Versorgungsanstalt des Bundes und der Länder (VBL), the German supplementary pension institution for public sector employees, is considering increasing its allocationRead More →

America’s largest private-sector pension plans fared so poorly last year that they earned barely half the amount of the traditional balanced portfolio of low-risk, low-fee stocks and bonds. So report international retirement consultants Milliman & Co. That says a lot about the typical performance of U.S. corporate pension plans thatRead More →

UK councils are investing millions in factory farming through their staff pension funds, according to a new analysis, prompting environmental and animal rights campaigners to call for more ‘climate aware’ funding. According to an assessment by campaign groups Feedback and World Animal Protection, around £238m of investments in factory farmingRead More →

Money from British Gas energy company staff pensions was used to buy shares in Israeli spyware developer NSO Group, which was responsible for hacking into tens of thousands of people’s devices over the years. years, revealed a report. According to FinancialTimes journal, British Gas’s retirement investment fund and parent companyRead More →

Icelandic occupational pension fund Birta, the country’s fourth largest, has presented its investment policy for 2022 which shows a shift in some allocations towards equities and away from bonds. This follows the release of new annual policies from other Icelandic pension funds revealing a similar shift in investment priorities. BirtaRead More →

The federal government announces that it expects $ 40 billion in private investment in digital infrastructure by 2025.The government revealed this in its “National Development Plan 2021-2025: Volume I.”He said: “To achieve the objectives defined in the sector, the estimated public investment is 150 billion naira from 2021 to 2025.Read More →

Pension Credit payments will increase by 3.1% from April 2022. From April weekly payments will be increased to £182.60 for single claimants, with those in a couple increasing to £278.70 £. “Anyone who thinks they might be eligible for pension credit should contact the DWP. Even if you’ve been turnedRead More →