Italy: Restrictions, restrictions

When it comes to asset allocation, Italian pension funds remain more restricted than their counterparts in the west of Europe due to the limits of legislation, writes Nina Röhrbein. Italian funds also often have their hands tied by employees who make individual investment choices from a pool of guaranteed and balanced lines the funds are obliged to offer – that is, if they even join a pension fund

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