The Schroders Retirement Benefits Scheme (SRBS) is allocating £800m of its defined benefit (DB) assets to its in-house cashflow driven investing (CDI) building blocks.
Schroders' CDI solutions currently invest in a core of liability driven investment (LDI) and global investment grade buy and maintain (B&M) credit portfolios. Both are managed by Schroders' in-hous...
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