The most suitable match for the liabilities of continental Europe’s pension funds has traditionally been European fixed income: specifically European government debt. This is still the largely the case. Almost two thirds of the average Euro-zone institution’s portfolio is invested in EMU government bonds. A UK/US style of equity culture is still some way off in Europe. However, there has been a significant move down the credit curve as European institutions have moved some of their ...
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