Appetite for active investment outstrips passive

Stephanie Baxter
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Just one in eight European pension schemes plan to increase passive investment over the next three years while half will put more capital into active, according to a survey.

The survey by GAM of 78 investors at the end of May found alternative investments were top of the list for planned allocation increases in the second half of 2015. Some 38% planned to increase a...

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