Investment

The Investment Advisory Committee met on 28 February 2017 to review our Governed Range and funds.

Highlights

  • There has been one tactical asset allocation change since the last IAC meeting in December. No further strategic asset allocation changes have been recommended
  • Within the Governed Portfolios, we have reduced the exposure to index linked bonds and government bonds and used the proceeds to increase exposure to equities and commodities. Within the GRIPs, we have reduced the exposure to bonds and increased exposure to equities.
  • The election of Donald Trump was the dominant event of the quarter, as hopes of reflationary policies and firmer economic and survey data, boosted growth and inflation-linked assets.

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