B27

LAPFF

The Local Authority Pension Fund Forum brings together a diverse range of 75 local authority pension funds with combined assets of over £220 billion. Formed in 1990, it provides a unique opportunity for discussion of investment issues, and co-ordinates shareholder engagement activity by Britain's local authority pension funds.

The Local Authority Pension Fund Forum brings together a diverse range of 75 local authority pension funds with combined assets of over £220 billion. Formed in 1990, it provides a unique opportunity for discussion of investment issues, and co-ordinates shareholder engagement activity by Britain's local authority pension funds.

Local authority pension fund investment policies have important implications for their beneficiaries, local communities, council tax payers and the wider economy. The Forum facilitates discussion and collaboration between funds to enable them to act together on issues of common interest, whether on policy issues or in relation to companies in which they invest.

The Forum meets quarterly to discuss and debate a broad range of investment issues, and to agree its shareholder engagement work. Day to day engagement is managed by its Executive members in partnership with the Forum’s research & engagement partner, PIRC Ltd, Europe’s largest corporate governance adviser. Members are kept up-to-date between meetings through regular publications and shareholder voting alerts. Membership of the Forum brings considerable benefits in the fast changing world of pension fund investment and Forum Officer Keith Bray will be happy to answer questions from LGA delegates. Please visit Stand #B27.

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Keith Bray Visit Website

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