Cash-flow driven investing

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The cash-flow forecast for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes makes for interesting reading. Last year a survey revealed that more than 55% of UK DB pension schemes were not generating enough cash to pay all their members’ pensions, it is expected up to 85% will be cash-flow negative by 2027.

With cash-flow investing rising in prominence Cliff Speed, Chief Investment Officer at TPT participated in a recent Portfolio Institutional roundtable on the topic, click here to view the discussion.
 

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17 Dec 2018
In the December 2018 issue of PensionsAge, Darlington Building Society finance director, Chris White, talks about transferring its legacy DB scheme to TPT Retirement Solution’s master trust.
In October, Professional Pensions held a defined benefit (DB) breakfast briefing in partnership with TPT looking at what the future holds for consolidation.
TPT has enjoyed a record year in 2018 with the growth in assets being underpinned by excellent investment performance and new scheme wins.