Published by : M&G Investments
The UK index-linked gilts market is often wrongly perceived as only being suitable for a risk-averse passive approach, offering a "workhorse" capability for liability matching.
Whilst it does provide elements of this important quality to pension schemes, those assets can be made to work harder by embracing the market's on-going opportunities for capturing incremental value. M&G's active approach can offer investors long-standing expertise in achieving more from their holdings of UK index-linked gilts.
Published:11 January 2018
Business Area: Asset Allocation
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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