Tag Archives: IRR

Why value for money must be assessed on saver’s data

The numbers in the boxes above  show how much value a group of savers have done with £523m invested in their pots. On the face of it, they have got a better return on average (4.75%) than if they’d been … Continue reading

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Cheating with your IRRs is like cheating at golf.

  Chris Flood of the Financial Times is again at odds with the Private Equity industry who he holds are fiddling their investment returns, confusing what they are saying investors get with what they actually get. This goes to the … Continue reading

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Con Keating on “Risk and the Management of Investment Portfolios”

One of the few things that we know about risk is that it means that, over some future period, more things may occur than actually will eventuate. The role of an active asset manager is to seek to determine which … Continue reading

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Are bonds “suitable” assets to meet the promises of a pension plan?

    Pension funds are struggling to find suitable assets in which to invest, says Pat Race of KPMG in an article in FTfm. The headline of the article is that “North American Pension Funds grow assets faster than their … Continue reading

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