Asset managers offer tailored LDI to smaller pension schemes

Minimum AUM for customised hedging slashed from around £400m to £75m

bespoke tailoring

Asset managers are offering tailored liability hedging to smaller pension schemes, spurred on by high demand from trustees and regulatory pressure.

Pension schemes with as little as £75 million ($92 million) in assets under management can now access segregated liability-driven investment (LDI) mandates, in which an asset manager customises a hedge that tightly matches a scheme’s liabilities.

“More and more fiduciaries and consultants are now bringing the service of the segregated mandate out

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