Average FTSE 100 scheme bond allocation rises to 64%

Victoria Tichá
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Almost two-thirds of FTSE 100 defined benefit (DB) pension schemes invest more than 50% of their assets in bonds, according to a report by JLT Employee Benefits.

In its latest quarterly report, published on 30 July, JLT found that overall the average pension scheme asset allocation to bonds is now 64%, which has increased from 62% a year before, and compare...

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