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5 March 2014

LPFA to administer Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue pension plan

The London Pensions Fund Authority has agreed to provide full pension administration Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

6 January 2014

Susan Martin confirmed as new CEO of London Pensions Fund Authority

martin_lpfa_truell_london_altassets The London Pensions Fund Authority, one of the largest Local Government Pension Scheme funds in the UK, has named Susan Martin as its new CEO.

12 December 2013

LPFA makes first co-investment alongside Adveq in Secured Mail

The London Pensions Fund Authority has partnered with private equity firm Adveq to make its first direct co-investment with growth capital investor Next Wave Partners in Secured Mail.

3 June 2013

Calls for pooled funds for UK’s local government pension schemesp

Local government pension funds could be paying hundreds of millions of pounds more than necessary to external fund managers, new research has found.

22 May 2013

UK govt looks at consolidating UK local government pension fundsp

The UK government is exploring ways to pool the administration local government pension funds, with benefits potentially including savings in administration and fees, as well as improvements in investment returns from consolidating funds.

8 May 2013

London Pensions Fund Authority close to full funding amidst strategic shift

The London Pensions Fund Authority (LPFA) has confirmed funding levels of close to 95 per cent in the indicative results of the 2013 valuation of its £4.7bn fund.

18 April 2013

London’s biggest pension fund hires industry veterans, names deputy chairman

Merrick Cockell LPFA London’s largest pension scheme provider has hired a trio of industry veterans to its board and made local government expert Sir Merrick Cockell deputy chairman.

18 February 2013

London pension funds to pool assets, target infrastructure projects

London’s fragmented local authority pension funds are planning to switch strategy to target the capital’s infrastructure projects amid a reported move to pool their assets in a single £40bn investment giant.


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