Regulation acting as bar to global long-term investing

Regulation acting as bar to global long-term investing

Davos Switzerland
Davos, Switzerland

Despite the need for pension schemes to provide long-term liquidity to financial markets as banks deleverage, increasing regulatory constraints on pension funds are reducing the level of long-term capital in the global economy, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF).

The Geneva-based organisation most famous for the annual Davos meeting of global economic leaders, says in a report entitled The Future of Long-Term Investing that mark-to-market accounting standards and strict solvency rules

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