Nick Edwardson

From the blog: Pension scheme assets have become more international in recent years, meaning schemes have more opportunities for generating both growth and income.


Asset diversification has also driven risk reduction, although this is partially offset by higher currency risk.


Currency fluctuations can create significant uncertainty over the value of a pension scheme’s overseas assets relative to its sterling-denominated liabilities.


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