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PQM holders are invited to join the following free webinars: 

THE GOLDILOCKS CONUNDRUM: IS ESG TOO LITTLE?  IS IMPACT TOO MUCH?  WHAT'S JUST RIGHT?

In this webinar UBP will debunk the myths and assumptions about Impact Investing, and analyse what investment in this area could mean for pension schemes' portfolios, local authorities and corporate sponsors. 

3 December 2020.  2pm          Further details  and booking.  


VISION 2030 - TECHNOLOGICAL INSIGHTS FOR PENSION FUNDS OF THE FUTURE

Asset Owners are changing their business models and leveraging technology more to solve challenges in the new decade. These challenges include a greater diligence around risk reporting & oversight on the overall Portfolio while maintaining a low total cost of ownership.  Join Bloomberg to hear more about how we are partnering with asset owners to provide the, leading technology, breadth of data and investment community needed to achieve your target operating model.

14 December 2020.  11am                    Further details  and booking 


A GOLDEN CONTRIBUTION TO PENSION FUND PORTFOLIOS

Gold is more than just a doomsday asset - it performs in good times as well as bad, and is negatively correlated to many other markets. It has been historically overlooked by pension funds because it does not pay a coupon or dividend, but there has never been a time when effective portfolio diversifiers are needed more than now.  This educational and insightful webinar hosted by the World Gold Council will demystify common misconceptions on gold and highlight the overall benefits it can bring to a pension portfolio.

9 December 2020.   11am      Further details  and booking

Contact us

T: 020 7601 1736
E: info@pensionqualitymark.org.uk

Latest news

07/10/2020 - The Children's Society - the value of PQM read more

12/06/2020 - Mike Nixon on why holding the Pension Quality Mark matters at Leonardo read more

We welcome the launch of the Pension Quality Mark especially as it recognises the need for employers to give clear information and support to their pension scheme members as they approach retirement.
Andrew Harrop - Head of Public Policy at Age Concern and Help the Aged