Local authority pension fund investments in an XLS spreadsheet 2

Felicity Monk made this Freedom of Information request to Aberdeen City Council

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Dear Aberdeen City Council,

I write in relation to my recent FoI request (your enquiry reference FOI-16-1478) regarding investments of North East Scotland Pension Fund. You helpfully directed me to the North East Scotland Pension Fund website to find the most up to date investment data. The investment data on the NESPF website is from 30 September 2016. Please may I request that you send me the investment data from the year end 2015-2016, i.e. at the 31 March 2016?

Please provide this information in an XLS spreadsheet. For each investment, please provide the asset class. For equity investments please include the full name of individual equities, the quantity of each share held, and the total and unit value of each equity.


Yours faithfully,

Felicity Monk

Foi Enquiries, Aberdeen City Council

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Dear Ms Monk,

This information is available on the NESPF website at the link below which we provided to you at the time of your last request.


We hope this helps with your request.

Information Compliance Team


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Aberdeen City Council
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