As more schemes look at building a CDI strategy amid the economic crisis, Sebastien Proffit looks at what to consider.
More than half (55%) of defined benefit (DB) schemes are now cashflow negative, yet many do not have formal de-risking plans, according to research.
Jonathan Crowther and Sebastien Proffit say schemes need to prepare their portfolios to deal with increased cashflow requirements.
Hymans Robertson has launched an analytics service to give trustees access to more accurate and timely funding and risk data, to address issues from relying on out-of-date information.
Sorca Kelly-Scholte says schemes need to start looking at making changes to investment strategies as they become cashflow negative.
This year is set to be a bumpy ride with yet more geopolitical events and tensions between central bank policies. Stephanie Baxter takes a look at investment predictions for 2017.
The number of FTSE 350 defined benefit (DB) plans which are cashflow negative has increased from 50% to 57% over the course of the year according to Hymans Robertson.
As deficits continue to grow Con Keating urges schemes to think carefully about what they do next.
DB schemes are juggling the need to have sufficient cash to pay out pensions while still generating returns. Helen Morrissey asks if liquidity ladders are the answer
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As more defined benefit schemes experience negative cashflows Dan Mikulskis looks at how this can be managed.
Defined benefit (DB) pension schemes could have access to much-needed cash flow through a short-term equivalent of a buy-in service, according to PwC.
Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has invested £100m in infrastructure debt secured on the Thames Tideway Tunnel.
Chief financial officers (CFOs) are concerned they may have to sell their defined benefit (DB) assets at reduced prices to meet pension payments according to Hymans Robertson.
Fresh investment strategies are needed if mature defined benefit (DB) schemes want to pay benefits to members on time according to Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM).
Trustees have yet to prioritise cash management despite the fact that half of FTSE350 defined benefit (DB) schemes are turning cash flow negative, according to Hymans Robertson.