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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