Liability hedging is used to neutralise the impact on funding levels of changing interest rates and inflation. And an important factor is the direction of rates. But that’s not the end of the story. Liability hedging can actually make a pension scheme money.
Company: River & Mercantile Date added: 11-05-2015
Categories: Investment Strategy
River & Mercantile River & Mercantile
River and Mercantile Group (R&M) was formed by the merger of leading institutional adviser P-Solve Limited (“P-Solve”) and leading equity solutions provider River and Mercantile Asset Management LLP (RAMAM) on 27 March 2014.
R&M is an advisory and asset management business with a broad range of services, from consulting and advisory to fully-delegated fiduciary and fund management.
Its advisory and investment solutions serve a large client base predominantly in the UK, primarily institutional pension schemes, with the remainder being retail financial intermediaries and insurance firms.