The Investment Association is today setting out the detail of how the new proposed Long-Term Asset Fund will help widen access to more illiquid assets, opening up investment opportunities for a range of customers, particularly those saving in Defined Contribution (DC) pension schemes over many decades.
The Investment Association (IA) has today launched a new report aimed at helping employers recruit and retain LGBT+ talent and build inclusive workplace environments where LGBT+ employees feel welcome and valued.
The Investment Association (IA) has today published a landmark report into the experiences of black professionals working in the investment management industry and black students considering their careers. ‘Black Voices: Building black representation in investment management’ sets out ten key steps firms can take to create more diverse and inclusive workplaces.
The Investment Association (IA) is today calling for companies to improve the transparency of their approach to paying dividends. The IA wants companies to publish a ‘distribution policy’ setting out their approach to paying dividends to shareholders. This new approach must set out the company’s approach to dividends policy alongside other ways of returning capital to shareholders
The Investment Association (IA) has today given the green light for exchange traded funds (ETFs) to join the IA sectors. Savers and their advisers will be able to compare ETFs against the 3,500 funds already in the IA’s 37 fund sectors from the first quarter of next year. The ETFs will be placed within the existing IA sectors, which enable comparison between open ended funds
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