S&P on the future of infrastructure investment by insurers in Infrastructure Investor

George Osborne’s surprise pension reform – ensuring policyholders are no longer obliged to buy an annuity – has many wondering whether a decline in annuity sales will result, and if this will have a knock-on effect on insurers’ appetite for infrastructure assets.

Writing for Infrastructure Investor, Mike Wilkins and Oliver Herbert from S&P explain why UK insurers’ demand for illiquid assets, such as infrastructure, will remain strong.

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