Highlights from the April 5 issue of Pensions & Investments:
• Pension lobbyists are urging Congress to exempt defined benefit plans that use swaps and other derivatives from being required to set aside cash for margin requirements and to settle some swaps trades through central clearinghouses. Click here for the full article.
• The looming reality that interest rates must eventually rise — depressing bond prices — is pushing more U.K. pension funds to take a look at their fixed-income portfolios from an absolute-return stance. Click here for the full article.
• Until now, Lee Partridge has been a lucky guy with excellent timing. Click here for the full article.
View the April 5 issue's table of contents here.