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Self-sufficiency with cashflow-driven investment for UK Defined Benefit pension schemes

Self-sufficiency for DB pension schemes

By challenging the commonly accepted definitions of self-sufficiency, many pension schemes could be much closer to full funding than they think.

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Self-sufficiency with cashflow-driven investment for UK Defined Benefit pension schemes

Despite a recent improvement in funding levels, trustees and sponsors would be forgiven for thinking that they are still a long way from low-risk long-term targets such as self-sufficiency. 

We have challenged a number of the commonly accepted definitions of self-sufficiency and concluded that through the smart integration of funding and a cashflow driven investment (CDI) strategy, many schemes could be much closer than they think.

Read our short report: A light at the end of the tunnel? or contact Callum Duffy for more information.

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