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FCA's final SIPP capital adequacy rules reclassify commercial property investments as "standard"

Providers of self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) will not have to hold additional capital in order to be able to invest client money in commercial property, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said. 06 Aug 2014

Pension provider partners with peer to peer lending platform to enable SIPP owners to invest

Self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) savers can now invest in peer-to-peer lending after the first partnership between a lending platform and pension provider to follow recent investment rule changes was announced. 17 Jun 2014

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Global insurers switching investments to private equity and infrastructure, says Goldman Sachs

Insurers are increasingly switching to less liquid investment classes such as infrastructure debt, private equity and commercial mortgage loans as they believe these will offer better investment returns than government and agency debt and cash, according to... 07 May 2014

No mergers for local government pension schemes, but radical investment management changes proposed

The UK government has ruled out merging the pension funds that make up the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) and will instead focus on cutting investment management costs as part of reforms designed to cut the cost of public sector pensions in England... 07 May 2014

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