Strong returns and stock market volatility has resulted in a "huge" increase in institutional money being invested in traded life policies, Managing Partners Limited claims.
The firm estimated institutional investors – including pension schemes – had around $303m (£152m) invested in five of the top TLP funds at the end of November last year – up from $145.76m (£73.39m) 12...
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