Schemes should invest in global equity and multi-asset for cash flow needs

Michael Klimes
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Capital Group and Newton Investment Management have teamed up to raise awareness of how negative cash flows among defined benefit (DB) schemes should be tackled differently.

Both asset managers believe income investing in global equities and multi-asset can help schemes generate liquidity to deal with cash flow problems. Currently, the majority of schemes use purely in...

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