Shajahan Alam

From the blog: Anecdotal evidence says many UK pension schemes have earnestly considered LDI yet not actually invested. But why? Let’s look at some of the reasons that may be causing those schemes to sit on the sidelines.


Despite the common view that yields are too low and will rise in due course, the long-term history of UK gilt yields shows a dramatically different possibility – that the high yields in the 1970s and 1990s were not the norm.


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