The liquidity kink

Are pension schemes missing out on the illiquidity premium? Investing in secure income illiquid assets can bring more certainty to a scheme’s journey plan. The ‘liquidity kink’ means schemes targeting buy-out believe they can’t exploit the illiquidity premium.

We look to dispel those myths by providing trustees with a checklist to help navigate their decision on whether to invest.

In this paper, we have developed two checklists to help trustees consider whether illiquid assets might be right for their scheme.

This paper has been written in collaboration with K3 Advisory – the buy‑out and consolidation advisers.

More Thought Leadership

European Commercial Ground Rents

Commercial Ground Rents (‘CGR’) provide investors with index linked cashflows that have bond-like characteristics and offer property owners an attractive form of long-term finance. The parties to a CGR are akin to a borrower and lender, although the relationship is governed by a lease not a loan.

Secure income made simple guide

This secure income made simple guide will show why secure income can play a role in helping pension investors achieve their investment objectives and that now could be an excellent time to capture the opportunity at an attractive price.

Please complete this form to download the pdf.