Investing for pension schemes: a glossary of assets and ways of investing

From equities and gilts to different types of derivatives, this practice note provides an introduction to the assets that pension schemes typically invest in and the ways of investing in them. The note also explains some of the terminology and concepts that trustees and practitioners face in the context of investing pension scheme assets.
Practical Law Pensions with comments from Graham Duckett of Wardour Partners LLP


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