Dutch pension funds take lead in LDI implementation

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Defined benefit pension funds in the Netherlands are the most inclined to use liability-driven investment (LDI) practices to manage their portfolios, with 100% of Dutch participants adopting some form of LDI, according to this year's annual global poll by US-based fiduciary management firm, SEI.

This compares with 67% of UK pension funds. Charles Marandu, director of European Advice for SEI's Institutional Group in the EMEA region, attributes the gap between Dutch and UK pension funds to

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