Don Jordison currently manages Threadneedle’s property investment team, which manages £6bn in UK property assets.Moira Gorman, Local Authority Client Director at Threadneedle said winning such a high-profile mandate was “testament to the strength of our offering” in UK property and the pooled pensions space.The Hounslow Pension Fund, valued at approximately £690m, has more than 18,750 members. The London Borough of Hounslow has outsourced its property investment management to Threadneedle Investments and allocated £20m (€23.5m) to the TPEN Property Fund, part of Threadneedle’s Pooled Pensions Funds range.Threadneedle’s TPEN Property Fund invests mostly in direct commercial property across the UK.Lorelei Watson, head of treasury, pensions and capital at Hounslow, said the pension fund liked Threadneedle’s active approach to property management and its focus on stock picking, risk management and income yield.“Instead of chasing trophy assets, its investment experts look across sectors and regions to find properties with strong fundamentals and attractive yields,” she said.
As a result of the change, SU’s coaches can work at any camp in the country and host a camp anywhere in New York state.The ban was originally adopted by the Division I Council, but now the Board of Directors wants the council to conduct a “broad assessment of the FBS recruiting environment,” according to the NCAA’s release.On March 3, Syracuse head coach Dino Babers said “sure” when asked if he’d consider having satellite camps. “I think it’s an advantage, yeah,” he added on whether or not they help recruiting. Comments Published on April 28, 2016 at 4:34 pm Contact Jon: firstname.lastname@example.org | @jmettus AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+ The NCAA Division I Board of Directors has rescinded a rule adopted earlier this month, which prohibited Football Bowl Subdivision coaches from holding or working at camps and clinics away from their school.The Atlantic Coast Conference previously had a rule which prevented schools from working a camp more than 50 miles away from campus, but, in light of the NCAA’s reversal, will allow conference coaches to work at other schools’ camps and allow camps to be held within the school’s state or within 50 miles of campus if outside the state, ESPN’s Brett McMurphy and Andrea Adelson reported.