Investment Perspectives - May 2024

05 Jun 2024

In our May edition of Investment Perspectives, we’ve brought you topical articles with a practical application to your scheme. You’ll also find a handpicked selection of our latest thought leadership. 

Articles in this edition include:

  • Creating an insurer-ready portfolio - what you need to know. - Shaun Nicol, Investment Consultant.
  • Can carbon offsets support investors' net-zero plans? - Rachel Barrack, Senior Responsible Investment Analyst, and Chris O'Bryen, Investment Associate Consultant. 
  • Spotlight on multi-asset absolute return funds. - Ross Rausch, Investment Research Analyst. 
  • Capital Markets Update. - Chris Arcari, Head of Capital Markets. 


If you have any questions or feedback, please get in touch


This communication has been compiled by Hymans Robertson LLP® (HR) as a general information summary and is based on its understanding of events as at the date of publication, which may be subject to change. It is not to be relied upon for investment or financial decisions and is not a substitute for professional advice (including for legal, investment or tax advice) on specific circumstances. HR accepts no liability for errors or omissions or reliance on any statement or opinion. Where we have relied upon data provided by third parties, reasonable care has been taken to assess its accuracy however we provide no guarantee and accept no liability in respect of any errors made by any third party. Hymans Robertson LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales with registered number OC310282. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and licensed by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries for a range of investment business activities. © Hymans Robertson LLP 2023. All rights reserved.

General Investment Risk Warning

lease note the value of investments, and income from them, may fall as well as rise. This includes but is not limited to equities, government or corporate bonds, derivatives and property, whether held directly or in a pooled or collective investment vehicle. Further, investments in developing or emerging markets may be more volatile and less marketable than in mature markets. Exchange rates may also affect the value of investments. As a result, an investor may not get back the full amount of the original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance.

Subscribe to our news and insights

0 comments on this post