Fiduciary management videos

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Our fiduciary management team share their insights on asset allocation, ESG, technology, regulation and market insights.

Asset allocation within fiduciary management

Getting your investment strategy right is by far the most important investment decision. Rikdeep Lit, member of the EMEA Pensions team in Client Portfolio Solutions discusses how we build portfolios from detailed learnings of schemes to our financial modelling process.

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) within fiduciary management

Alex Pollak, Managing Director, discusses the marked shifty toward sustainability and the impact on portfolio resilience.

Technology within fiduciary management

The need for effective risk management has grown in magnitude over the years as pension schemes face a host of challenges. In this short video Megan Baxter, Relationship Manager, provides her insight into how BlackRock uses Aladdin, an end-to-end portfolio management software, to support portfolio construction, risk modelling and scenario analysis within fiduciary management.

Regulation within fiduciary management

The pensions landscape is ever-changing with new legislation and volatile markets creating a challenging environment. In this video, Simon Partridge, Director, provides his insight into some of these challenges and how fiduciary management services can work with schemes to tackle these.

The climb of OCIO

During this discussion we will concentrate on the increased focus on fiduciary management and why we are seeing an uptake in mandates. We will also cover; what are the advantages of fiduciary management? What type of schemes fiduciary management is suitable for? And what is the long-term future of fiduciary management?