Defined benefit (DB) schemes are looking for alternatives to seeking additional cash contributions from sponsors to manage payouts in the wake of the Covid-19 market disruption, according to Willis Towers Watson (WTW).
KPMG's 2016 fiduciary management survey reveals more schemes are seeking independent advice but raises concerns about increasing hedging levels as the sector continues to expand. Stephanie Baxter reports.
Professional Pensions asked eleven of the leading UK fiduciary management firms questions about key skillsets, performance measurement standards and challenges for the year ahead. This is what they said…
Towers Watson EMEA head of investment Ed Francis talks to PP about active management