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Data crunch: Net flows highlight a European derisking trend

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European investors are continuing to derisk, says Magnus Spence from research company Spence Johnson.

Data Crunch: Drawdown is the number one choice for new retirees

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Magnus Spence from market data provider Spence Johnson looks at the transformation the post-retirement market has undergone.

Data crunch: Why DB schemes will change their investments

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Cash flow-driven investment will become more prominent in the near future, predicts Magnus Spence from research company Spence Johnson.

Data crunch: The DB market is growing fast

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Defined benefit will continue to form the bedrock of pensions assets in the market for some time, explains Magnus Spence from Spence Johnson.

Data crunch: How are DC schemes adjusting to the freedoms?

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What proportion of defined contribution schemes still target annuities, and is in-scheme drawdown likely to increase? Magnus Spence from SpenceJohnson analyses the DC landscape.

Data crunch: How big is the workplace DC market?

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Magnus Spence from research consultancy Spence Johnson gives an estimate of how big the defined contribution market is and how fast it could grow.

Data crunch: Who advises the DC scheme community?

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SpenceJohnson's Magnus Spence looks at how the advisory market is developing and explains why second-tier firms are gaining ground with defined contribution schemes.

Data crunch: Investors revise fixed income mindsets

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Data crunch: Fixed income isn't so boring anymore, as the low yields force funds to change their strategies, says Spence Johnson's Magnus Spence.

Data crunch: Small schemes, small problems?

Spence Johnson's Magnus Spence asks why small pension schemes, which closed to accrual earlier than their larger peers, are slower to derisk.

Data crunch: Scale of UK institutional market eases Brexit fears

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Will asset managers shun the UK following Brexit? Spence Johnson's Magnus Spence argues that looking at the numbers, this is unlikely.

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