Archive

  • Brookfield closes $15bn carbon transition fund

    22 June 2022

    Said to be largest private fund of its kind in the world

  • COMMENT - CIOs want to see the fine print for infra

    08 November 2021

    Politicians wield fine words about financing infrastructure - of course, because it's not their money on the line

  • Comment: Batman joins Robin at Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero

    05 November 2021

    When Mark Carney's action was missing Bloomberg's ambition

  • Mark Carney borrows from Greta Thunberg's 'Blah Blah Blah' speech in call to action

    01 November 2021

    Former BoE governor says: judge insurers by actions, not words, on net-zero

  • Net Zero Alliance could benefit from climate underwriters' call

    12 July 2021

    New insurance alliance wants members to join NZAOA, too

  • UK top central banker: insurers not doing enough on climate change

    30 December 2019

    Mark Carney made warning to all institutional investors on combatting warming

  • BoE launch consultation on 2021 climate risk stress test proposals

    18 December 2019

    Including test on a potential sudden fire sale of brown assets

  • European insurers vent anger over Brexit in SFCRs

    23 April 2019

    From Austria to Gibraltar underwriters are trying to keep calm and carry on

  • US and UK strike post Brexit derivatives deal

    25 February 2019

    Three-part agreement aims to reassure market regardless of soft or hard Brexit

  • Lords call for end of RPI's unwarranted windfalls in blow to insurers’ investments

    29 January 2019

    Transition to a CPI linker market is gaining traction, according to an enquiry by the UK House of Lords, but any changes would shift the balance between winners and losers, and some like Legal & General Investment Management are keen to keep the status quo, Adam Leach reports.