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Pensions or growth? Or both?

In 2022, attempts to de-risk UK DB pensions put the Government’s borrowing capacity in peril and led to an increase in borrowing costs for most UK citizens who now pay a “moron premium” on money lent to them. I challenge … Continue reading

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The Funded Pension System – as an engine of economic growth – has hit the buffers.

  In a major article , labelled an FT “big read, Jo Cumbo and Jonathan Ely , examine the LDI crisis and try to establish how pension schemes will change the way they invest. In its central session it contains … Continue reading

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Should our appetite for growth reduce with age?

  I hear a lot about “appetite for risk” but nothing about “appetite for growth”. We are currently experiencing high inflation , some would say stagflation. Stagflation is when things cost more but we don’t produce more – so don’t … Continue reading

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