Gilt market volatility affected FM performance

Barnett Waddingham finds rising yields reduced long term funding target timeframes

Jasmine Urquhart
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Barnett Waddingham head of fiduciary manager evaluation Peter Daniels
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Barnett Waddingham head of fiduciary manager evaluation Peter Daniels

The gilt market volatility of last year affected fiduciary manager performance, according to a report by Barnett Waddingham.

The consultancy's annual review of fiduciary management found that in 2022, rising yields reduced the long-term funding target timeframes for many schemes, leading to changing objectives for truste...

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