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Hook: We are on the brink of a sea-change in the DC investment landscape

Around £200bn of defined contribution (DC) assets has the potential to be invested in private debt by 2030, according to Hymans Robertson.

The consultancy's latest Embracing the Opportunities paper, published today (9 August), said the use of illiquid assets in DC schemes has been expanding in recent years with the use expected to con...

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