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  1. Corporate pension funds weigh derisking vs. re-risking

    trueCorporate plan sponsors on both sides of the Atlantic are pushing back against the ramifications of lower interest rates, tipping a balance to re-risking from a derisking glidepath, say money managers, consultants and strategists.

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  1. U.K. firms working to enlist U.S. LDI clients

    trueU.K. money managers are putting their U.S. fixed-income acquisitions to work, hoping that local presence will help them to get a foot in the door at U.S. pension funds in order to introduce their form of LDI.

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  2. Kick-starting an internal risk-management dialogue

    trueConventional risk management efforts are often designed to manage risk when conditions are considered normal or in a business-as-usual environment, but not during extremes, which is when risk management is most needed.

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  3. AllianzGI adds solutions executive

    trueJoe Moody joined Allianz Global Investors as head of international solutions specialists in the U.S., U.K., Continental Europe ex-Germany and Japan, he said.

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  4. Aon Hewitt adds U.K. partner with LDI focus

    trueCraig Gillespie joined Aon Hewitt’s U.K. investment consulting team as partner.

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  5. PPF's new strategy boosts illiquid assets

    truePension Protection Fund, London, has created a hybrid asset allocation strategy, with increased investment in illiquid assets with hedging characteristics.

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  6. Is it time for public plans to embrace an LDI approach?

    trueOver the better part of the past decade, corporate defined benefit plans have adopted liability-driven investing, while their public plan counterparts have largely ignored this investment approach.

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  7. AXA Investment Managers adds strategist on LDI team

    trueRobert Price joined AXA Investment Managers as a solutions strategist on the liability-driven investment team.

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  8. Loomis, Sayles names portfolio manager for LDI

    trueNicholas Savoulides was named a co-portfolio manager of Loomis, Sayles' liability-driven investment strategies.

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  9. More pension executives are using daily monitoring

    trueMore corporate defined benefit plan executives are keeping their fingers on the pulse of their plans' funding on a daily basis as they move to more risk-based investment strategies.

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  10. Rising equities, low interest rates create split in derisking approaches

    trueAn improvement in defined benefit plan funding has triggered a tension within corporations between an investment outlook to pursue rising equity markets and risk management in pursuit of better asset-liability matching in spite of low interest rates, said Michael A. Moran, pension strategist, ...

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  11. L&G Investment Management looks to increase U.S. institutional business

    trueOfficials at Legal & General Investment Management are putting increasing focus on the U.S. institutional investment market, part of a plan to grow business in America to counter a slower-growing U.K. marketplace.

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  12. SEI survey: LDI use remains steady in 2013

     

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  13. Pension buyouts expected to surge — but not yet

    truePension buyouts have been in a lull so far in 2013, but insurers and consultants expect a rush by corporate defined benefit plans in the next several years.

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