Cashflow driven investment (CDI): A timely opportunity for Defined Benefit pensions 

Following the gilt market turmoil in 2022, many DB schemes are now sufficiently well-funded to reduce risk through cashflow driven investing (CDI). The approach focuses on the first principle of paying pension benefits, can result in greater funding level stability and often utilises less leverage in hedging residual liability risks.

Cashflow-driven investment: a timely opportunity for Defined Benefit pensions

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