Pension investing is more a process of matching assets to liabilities, with the ultimate objective being to pay retirement income. Usually a young plan can afford greater risk because of longer time horizons. The solvency of pensions and insurers suffered as yields fell because it increased the present value of their liabilities, which were difficult to match with assets [ANONYMOUS].
We construct our benchmark portfolio using the following indexes: FTSE 100 for UK equities, RUSSELL 2000 Growth for Overseas equities, UK (more…)
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