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Raji Menon

Finance bonuses to plummet as London loses ground

Nov 13 2012

LONDON Bonuses for 2012 in London's financial sector will more than halve to 1.6 billion pounds in total, a study found, and some shareholders are urging banks to cut pay even more.

UK finance bonuses to plummet as London loses ground

Nov 12 2012

LONDON Bonuses for 2012 in London's financial sector will more than halve to 1.6 billion pounds in total, a study found, and some shareholders are urging banks to cut pay even more.

Finance bonuses to plummet as London loses ground

Nov 12 2012

LONDON Bonuses for 2012 in London's financial sector will more than halve to 1.6 billion pounds in total, a study found, and some shareholders are urging banks to cut pay even more.

Aviva Investors eyes infrastructure business growth

Oct 31 2012

LONDON UK asset manager Aviva Investors is preparing to launch a range of funds to invest in infrastructure projects as it looks to win a bigger chunk of pension fund cash.

Sovereign wealth funds and pension funds turn bankers

Oct 25 2012

LONDON Yield-hungry pension funds and sovereign wealth funds are stepping in where crisis-hit, regulation-laden banks are pulling back: lending to cash-starved businesses.

Sovereign wealth funds, pension funds turn bankers

Oct 25 2012

LONDON, Oct 25 Yield-hungry pension funds and sovereign wealth funds are stepping in where crisis-hit, regulation-laden banks are pulling back: lending to cash-starved businesses.

UK pension funds may rank fund managers on activism

Oct 23 2012

LONDON Britain's pension funds are weighing up plans to rank fund managers based on their efforts to improve performance at the companies they back, in the latest sign of institutional investors flexing their muscles.

Pension funds may rank fund managers on activism

Oct 22 2012

LONDON Britain's pension funds are weighing up plans to rank fund managers based on their efforts to improve performance at the companies they back, in the latest sign of institutional investors flexing their muscles.

Water funds on the rise

Oct 10 2012

Water has yet to live up to its hype as the commodity bet of the future, but the world's most basic resource is drawing ever more money as asset managers seek steady inflation-protected returns.

Infrastructure investment funds stay buoyant-study

Oct 02 2012

LONDON Infrastructure funds continued to attract new money in the last three months, with institutional investors making fresh allocations in their quest for stable, inflation-linked returns, a new study has found.

World News

Israeli air strikes hit Gaza as fighting enters second week

GAZA/TEL AVIV (Reuters) -Israel bombed what it said were underground tunnels used by Hamas and Palestinian militants fired rocket barrages at Israeli cities as fighting spilled into a second week on Monday and international calls for a ceasefire mounted.