As outlined in my first blog liability-driven investing (LDI) will play a critical role in the future as investment approaches continues to evolve.
The expectations are that LDI will increasingly be used for individual investors in the emergence of goal-based investment solutions.
LDI is widely used by institutional investors, such as insurance companies, Pension providers, and Endowments.
The attached document provides a definition and explanation for Asset/Liability Matching investing, which is essentially LDI.
I hope you find it useful.
Asset Liability Matching for Beginners
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