Why schemes are flocking to passive funds

James Phillips
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Research finds smart beta and factor-based strategies favoured

Research finds passive funds are to increase in usage by 6% per annum at least until the end of the decade. James Phillips explores the reasons behind the increasing shift

Passive fund management will continue to increase in usage over the next few years as pension schemes seek what they perceive to be better value for money when investing. On average, these funds...

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