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Fund managers have more to worry about than the FCA

For fund managers, the FCA’s criticisms of their practices would appear the worst part of the past week, but another event could be worse.

Over the past few days the crowd funded People’s Trust, a mutual fund manager being set up by ex-Investment Association chief Daniel Godfrey, has passed its minimum funding goal of £100,000. 466 more words

Defined Contribution

What does the UK pensions industry export?

The Dutch, Danes, Canadians, New Zealanders and Aussies are all doing better than us.

They have created world class pension institutions that can export know-how and purchasing power. 312 more words

Defined Contribution

Ontario Teachers' buys wineries, Wine Rack stores for $1.03B

TORONTO – The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan is buying Constellation Brands Canada, the producer and operator of beer, wine and spirits businesses, for $1.03 billion. 81 more words

Canada

Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan buys Constellation Brands’ Canadian wine business for $1.03 billion

TORONTO — The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan has agreed to pay $1.03 billion for the Canadian wine business of Constellation Brands, one of the country’s top wine sellers, with seven of market’s Top 20 brands and a network of retail outlets in Ontario. 728 more words

Breaking

Ontario government disputes auditor general's accounting methods on pension plans

TORONTO — Ontario’s Liberal government is in a spat with the auditor general over accounting practices that would affect the province’s deficit by $1.5 billion. 156 more words

Politics

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan seeking buyers for minority stake in $4-billion Vancouver real estate portfolio: sources

The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan is seeking buyers for a minority stake in its $4 billion real-estate portfolio in Vancouver, including office towers and shopping malls, according to people familiar with the matter. 514 more words

FP Street

Buyer beware: How the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan got caught in the fallout of Brazil’s biggest scandal

An investigation into money laundering at gas stations and laundromats that began two years ago in southern Brazil has since mushroomed into a wide sweeping corruption scandal, creating a national soap opera that has enthralled Brazilians as it reaches into the upper echelons of the country’s political and corporate elites. 2,315 more words

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