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The Pension Trustee's Investment Guide

The Pension Trustee's Investment Guide (Paperback)

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Understanding financial markets. Far too many pension trustees - even in large funds - have an inadequate understanding of investment and financial markets. This book - tailored specifically for pension fund trustees - fills an important knowledge gap. Designed as a practical, easy-to-follow guide to the new financial environment in which pension trustees are learning to operate, it provides you with a set of working definitions, and the financial techniques and tools needed in order to improve returns and safeguard risks. It summarises the latest thinking and techniques in traditional assets, such as equities, bonds, property and cash, and examines the potential for investing in less conventional asset classes, such as hedge funds, private equity and commodities, where both rewards and risks can be high.

Robin Ellison is Head of Strategy, Pensions at UK law firm Pinsent Masons. He is a member of the CBI Pensions Panel and a trustee of several pension funds, both as independent trustee and as chairman. He also practices as a commercial mediator. He is the author of numerous books on pensions including The Pension Trustee's Handbook (Thorogood publishing) and editor of Pensions Benefits Law Reports. He is Chairman of the NAPF and Visiting Professor in Pensions Law and Economics at Cass Business School, City University London. Endorsed by The Pensions Management Institute The Pension Trustee's Investment Guide has been endorsed by the Pensions Management Institute, the professional body for those working in the field of pensions and employee benefits.

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