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Cashflows, investment return, and risk management: how to juggle your needs without dropping the ball
17 July 2020

Cashflows, investment return, and risk management: how to juggle your needs without dropping the ball

Insight Partner

The impact of COVID-19 means pension scheme funding levels have fallen, covenants have deteriorated, and liquidity requirements have increased. So, schemes need return, risk management and cash more than ever. Some investment strategies force trustees to choose between these competing needs. But meeting cashflow, return and risk objectives needn’t be a juggling act. In fact, combining segregated LDI with CDI is available today, irrespective of client size, simply as a smarter investment solution.

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