Low volumes and lack of liquidity in their domestic stock market have long forced Belgian pensions funds to look abroad for their investments. So current trends towards pan-European equity holdings and globalisation are flowing along lines already marked out in Belgium. It is not just shares that Belgian pension funds buy abroad. Although domestic asset managers are still in demand, pension funds are increasingly buying services from foreign managers, pensions consultants say. “Pension ...
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