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Welcome to the Institutional Investor Committee

The IIC (Institutional Investor Committee) is a group of trade associations that represent institutional investors and comprises the Association of British Insurers, the Investment Management Association and the National Association of Pension Funds.

August 2014

Following the merger of the Investment Affairs division of the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and the Investment Management Association (IMA) on the 30 June 2014, the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) and the IMA have agreed to dissolve the Institutional Investor Committee.

Where there is a shared agenda, the IMA and the NAPF will continue to work together and advocate in the best interests of their members, in particular with respect to policy issues which impact institutional investors and their stewardship of investee companies.

About the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF):
The NAPF is the voice of workplace pensions in the UK. We speak for over 1,300 pension schemes that provide pensions for over 17 million people and have more than £900 billion of assets. We also have 400 members from businesses supporting the pensions sector.

We aim to help everyone get more out of their retirement savings. To do this we promote policies that add value for savers, challenge regulation where it adds more cost than benefit and spread best practice among our members.

Contact: Will Pomroy –

About the Investment Management Association (IMA):
The IMA is the trade body for asset managers (retail and institutional) who manage £5 trillion of assets in the UK as at December 2013.  

Our purpose is to ensure investment managers are in the best possible position to:

Contact: Andrew Ninian -

About the Association of British Insurers (ABI):
The ABI is the voice of the UK’s insurance and long-term savings industry. It has over 300 members, which together account for around 90% of premiums in the UK domestic market.

The ABI’s role is to:

Contact: Linsey White –