Illiquid assets: The key to the DB cashflow conundrum?

Cyprian Njamma looks at the potentially flexible and logical solution

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Cyprian Njamma is client strategy director at SEI Institutional Group

Cyprian Njamma is client strategy director at SEI Institutional Group

One of the defining conversations for defined benefit (DB) schemes over the past 18 months has been the potential for illiquid assets to address both stretched equity valuations and lower bond yields.

In response, we are witnessing the industry turn its attention to less liquid alternatives, applying fresh thinking to its latest asset allocation conundrum. Historically, a traditional combination...

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