Posts Tagged ‘Annual Pensions Conference’

Fixing FX rates – Fixing broken markets

Russell Investments Wire - Fixing FX rates

Last week on The Wire, Sorca Kelly-Scholte commented on Professor John Kay’s stance on “broken markets” by stating that: “The alignment of incentives along the chain is, at best, patchy, particularly around transactional services such as currency trading or managing portfolio transitions. Savers are not always well equipped, or well-represented by their agents, to control

June 18, 2013 Categories: Investment Strategy
Russell Investments Annual Pensions Conference 2013

Fixing broken markets: what can we do with the investment chain?

Having followed the progress of the Kay Review closely, I felt particularly privileged to have the opportunity to listen to Professor John Kay’s keynote address to our annual conference on Wednesday. He set out afresh his perspective that our markets are fundamentally broken. A burgeoning investment chain has inserted itself between savers and companies, at

Jun 11, 2013 Categories: Investment Strategy
Russell Investments Annual Pensions Conference 2013

A warm welcome to Abbey Road

Good morning from Abbey Road Studios, London. The edifice that witnessed the recording of the Beatles’ most famous albums is – for one day only – home to Russell Investments’ Annual Pensions Conference. This blog will guide you through the day’s presentations and debates which include: Austerity in Focus – a panel debate on how

Jun 5, 2013 Categories: Investment Strategy


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