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Latest news

  • Resignation of Board Director - Ian Maybury

    USS Limited, the Trustee of the Universities Superannuation Scheme, reports that Ian Maybury has given notice to resign from his post as a Board Director.

  • USS has released its first Stewardship Code report

    USS has released its first Stewardship Code report, which describes how we implement our commitments to the UK Stewardship Code and summarise our responsible investment activities and outcomes across all of our asset classes, with a particular focus on the financial year 2020-2021.

  • USS invests £200m for 50% stake in 4000 MV Spanish solar energy platform Bruc Energy

    USS has taken a 50% stake in Bruc Energy, a Spain and Portugal renewables-focussed investment vehicle created by Canadian pension fund OPTrust and the Spanish businessman, Juan Béjar.

Views from USS

  • Ambition to go Net Zero

    Climate change is one of, if not the most significant challenge facing our society today, says David Russell, Head of Responsible Investment at USS. Here he explains what we are doing about it.

  • Sharing the load: Why asset owners are supporting each other on RI reporting

    USS, Brunel Pension Partnership, BTPS, the Church of England Pensions Board, RPMI Railpen, (as members of the UK Pensions Roundtable) and Chronos Sustainability have released a reporting tool to help asset owners meet their responsible investment and stewardship reporting requirements efficiently and effectively.

  • The difference between our expected investment returns and our prudent assumptions

    We are currently holding a full valuation to investigate if and how we can expect to have enough money to pay the benefits promised to our members over the coming decades. To the extent that we plan to rely on investment returns to pay our members’ benefits, the process involves trying to predict how financial markets might perform over time.