Demand for LDI grows among small and medium schemes

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The demand for liability driven investment strategies among small and medium defined benefit schemes will grow over the next three years, Aon Hewitt says.

According to the consultant's latest survey of more than 200 schemes worth between £10m and £500m, two in five schemes intend to increase their allocations to LDI funds. Almost 60% anticipate fu...

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