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LDI Managers Cash in on Waning Corporate Pension Business
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May 15, 2014
"Last year marked a turning point for corporate pension plans as a bull market in equities and higher interest rates got them closer to being fully funded and better able to meet promises to beneficiaries. [Liability Driven Investing (LDI)] can be more attractive for better-funded plans: Freed from gunning for growth, corporations can focus on reducing risks.... There's money to be made in LDI and in helping companies mitigate the risks of offering pensions to employees who may live well into their 90s. But that may not last."

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