Schemes paying 'outrageous premium' to match liabilities

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Pension schemes are missing the "biggest opportunity in recent history" to improve their funding levels by continuing to buy sovereign bonds, Gatemore Capital Management warns.

The firms said a bond asset bubble - created by government purchases and pension regulation pushing more schemes to buy bonds - means pension fund trustees are paying an "outrageous premium" to mat...

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