50% hedged scheme funding sees improvement as gilt yields return to recent highs

The funding impact for well-hedged schemes will depend on exposure to non-hedging assets

Jonathan Stapleton
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Marc Devereux: High short-term cash rates continue to present a material hurdle for non-hedging assets
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Marc Devereux: High short-term cash rates continue to present a material hurdle for non-hedging assets

The 50% hedged scheme funding level has improved over the past month as gilt yields returned to recent highs, Broadstone says.

The consultancy's Sirius index – a monitor of how various pension scheme strategies are performing on their journeys to self-sufficiency – found that the 50% hedged scheme posted notable gains in A...

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