Illiquids should be in DC defaults, industry agrees

Overarching sentiment that inclusion is dependent on scheme size and make up

Hope William-Smith
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Illiquids should be in DC defaults, industry agrees

Illiquid assets should be allowed in defined contribution (DC) default funds but the degree to which should be dependent on the scheme’s size, structure, and dynamicity, the industry agrees.

The finding comes after the majority (55%) of respondents to last week's Pensions Buzz survey supported the usage of illiquid assets within DC defaults. This was ahead of 30% who did not and 15% wh...

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