Published by : JP Morgan Asset Management
UK pension funds could be reaching a "tipping point" into cashflow-negative status, data from the Office for National Statistics suggests.
Sorca Kelly-Scholte, Head of EMEA Pensions Solutions & Advisory at J.P.Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM), presents the case for cashflow-driven investing at a time when most schemes are underfunded and need to grow their investment returns to meet future liabilities.
Kelly-Scholte also reveals how JPMAM worked with a German client with a mature defined benefit pension scheme that was looking to move away from an aggregate portfolio towards a holistic pension solution.
Published:06 November 2017
Business Area: Cash Management
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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