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Pensions Expert: Counting the cost of coronavirus: The sectors and schemes that will be hardest hit

April 16, 2020
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Which investment strategies will be the most robust during the coronavirus crisis has been an interesting topic of conversation lately. Alistair Jones, client strategy director in our UK Institutional Group, notes the impact of liability-matching assets and huge swings in gilt yields have had on pension schemes’ liabilities.

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