More private market investment beckons for DB schemes

Michel Degosciu says sponsors and trustees are braced for further volatility in 2022

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LPX AG managing partner Michel Degosciu
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LPX AG managing partner Michel Degosciu

Many scheme trustees have not had to watch too closely how accurately their investments are hedged against rising inflation and therefore increasing liabilities.

But a persistence of inflation and the long-term expectations of this, means the risk has evolved. The primary drivers of defined benefit (DB) pension scheme funding levels are (1) investment pe...

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