Ultra-low interest rates have forced pension funds to make big structural and investment changes which could cause lasting harm, according to research. Stephanie Baxter analyses the findings.
At a glance Schemes warn financial repression is damaging pensions DB schemes have tried to cope through structural changes QE is speeding up shift away from risk sharing ...
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