DB trustees altering illiquid allocations amid market changes

Improved funding levels have prompted trustees to reduce illiquid asset allocations

Jasmine Urquhart
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Standard Life managing director Kunal Sood: trustees will be considering different approaches to managing illiquid assets as part of their endgame strategies
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Standard Life managing director Kunal Sood: trustees will be considering different approaches to managing illiquid assets as part of their endgame strategies

Recent market changes have helped defined benefit (DB) trustees reconsider their allocation to illiquid assets within their schemes, Standard Life has found. Looking at data from 50 DB trustees ...

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