On demand: How pension schemes are allocating to asset backed securities

A PP webinar was held in conjunction with Aegon Asset Management on 12 October

Professional Pensions
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Egbert Bronsema is a senior portfolio manager at Aegon Asset Management
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Egbert Bronsema is a senior portfolio manager at Aegon Asset Management

A Professional Pensions webinar looking at how pension schemes are allocating to asset-backed securities (ABS) is now live to listen to on demand.

The webinar, held on 12 October in association with Aegon Asset Management looked at how alternative fixed income strategies can offer great variety in terms of yield, risk, liquidity, duration, solvency efficiency and ESG factors.

During this webcast, Aegon Asset Management senior portfolio manager Egbert Bronsema shared his views on the ABS universe and looked at the benefits this asset class can offer within a portfolio - including attractive risk/return characteristics, low sensitivity to interest rates, a transparent view on collateral quality and diversification.

To listen to the webinar on demand, visit: webinars.professionalpensions.com/how-pension-schemes-are-allocating-to-asset-backed-securities

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