IFC finalises impact investment principles15 May 2019
ANALYSIS: Organisations managing over $350 billion in assets have signed up to the new operating principles for impact management (12 page / 308KB PDF), drawn up by World Bank subsidiary the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
Pension trustees have not been allowed to justify pensions increases with rule changes that happened two years later. The Court of Appeal in the UK has ruled that trustees cannot use rule changes from 1993 to rectify mistakes made in 1991.
Proposals that would require companies with defined benefit (DB) pension schemes to notify scheme trustees and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) about a wider range of corporate activities have the potential to delay deals, experts have warned.
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