LDI vindicated by recent market conditions, say trustees



The recent spate of equity market volatility and the concurrent rise in the three month libor rate has impacted the liability-driven investment approaches put in place by pension schemes as part of a de-risking strategy, with the chairman of the trustees of one such scheme warning it was a "sobering lesson" for those schemes with a sizable equity component.

According to Chris Holden, chairman of the trustees of the £3 billion Marconi pension scheme, stock market and credit market volatility has

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