Sally Bridgeland looks at how maturing pension funds can rework investment governance in I&PE

31 March 2015 Posted by: Stephanie Windsor Posted In: Governance, Publications

Sally Bridgeland: “Looking beyond the UK may provide lessons on how maturing pension funds can rework investment governance.”

Rembrandt’s self-portraits show an honest, unflattering, self-awareness as he aged. At a recent discussion event in London, large and maturity UK pension funds were candid in challenging their limitations and knowing their weaknesses. While UK pension funds still have long-term time horizons, these will diminish and will have a bearing on whether it is worthwhile establishing in-house resources to manage long-term illiquid investments.

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