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Governance update - 25 February 2014

The Investment Advisory Committee met on 25 February 2014 to review our risk-graded Governed Range and funds.

Meeting summary


  • New tactical position on all GPs and GRIPs - increased overweight in equities in favour of corporate bonds. Underweight to Property increased on GP7 only.
  • Work continues on reviewing the GRIP risk targets and reviewing the process around strategic benchmark changes.

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