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Data Crunch: DC property allocations set to catch DB

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It seems logical that long-term savings should be invested in long-term assets, and property would seem a candidate for this type of investment.

How demand for multi-asset strategies is changing

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Diversified growth funds have been a popular investment choice in the past years; Magnus Spence from market research company Spence Johnson looks at the challenges these products might encounter.

Data Crunch: Why DC market measures are so confusing

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Magnus Spence from research specialists Spence Johnson gives an update on the estimated size of the workplace defined contribution scheme market.

Data Crunch: Retail and institutional – two very different investment worlds

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Institutional and retail investment are still worlds apart, explains Magnus Spence from research company Broadridge.

Data Crunch: An unhelpful binary

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Magnus Spence looks at how the industry needs to reconsider the distinction between active and passive

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.

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