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Property: Is it time for pension schemes to take the next step on the property ladder?

Published by Matt Tickle on

Over the last two decades UK pension schemes have doubled the share of their assets invested in property from around 4% to 8%. Typically they have focused on UK “Core Commercial Property”.

As more of the property market opens up to investments, property should remain an important part of pension scheme’s strategies.The retail sector remains a concern for many and so some care is needed over allocations to UK core property funds. Although investors should not completely discount UK core property, pension schemes can now access a wider universe and should consider all the available options for their property portfolio.

Investment Insights April 2019
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  • Matt Tickle

    Matt is investment consultant to DB and trust based DC schemes. He advises both trustees and employers on investment strategy, pension economics, manager selection and implementation under a variety of governance models.

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