Issue: Oct 2010/Jan 2011
Editorials

First Word

Management guru Peter Drucker saw it coming. What he called “pension fund capitalism” is on its way. Read more...


Retirement Reform

Private sector takes a huge leap forward with a concept to close the funding gap. Read more...


Funds Administration

Somebody must be liable for the confusion that’s followed the collapse of Pioneer Employee Benefits. Read more...


Shareholder Responsibility

Powerful institutions are unhappy with ArcelorMittal’s proposed BEE transaction. The company answers pertinent TT questions. Read more...


Currents

E-learning programme for trustees; FSB’s code of conduct for service providers; Curators’ fees and the Sanlam/Alexander Forbes settlements on surplus stripping; Guardians’ Fund scandal; Tracing beneficiaries; Possible SRI regulatory revisions; More reason for OMSA to go it alone. Read more...


Cover Story

The draft Code for Responsible Investing will put real pressure on financial institutions, including pension funds, to ensure that companies uphold environmental, social and governance principles. Good for them. The code is at the instigation of institutions themselves. Read more...


Policy Conundrums

It’s common cause that savings must be promoted. Amid so much talk, at last there’s promise of action. Read more...


Adjudicator

A forensic inquiry into wasteful expenditure might embarrass former OPFA chief Mamodupi Mohlala. Read more...


Profile

IRF president Shantha Padayachee is a gutsy lady. She has strong ideas on a code of ethics for pension funds. Read more...


Black Economic Empowerment

Jenny Cargill’s new book and the recent JSE study neatly complement one another. Pension funds must be included in the BEE equations. Read more...


Sustainability Case Study

A ground-breaker at Gold Fields on methane gas and the Clean Development Mechanism. Read more...


Funds Governance

Who is responsible for taking the moral high ground in the governance of retirement funds? Read more...


Gravy

A practical thought on the proposed media tribunal. Read more...


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