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19.0 Introduction

This section outlines in-house and external management structures, pooled and segregated arrangements, single and multiple portfolios and other investment approaches, plus investment manager selection.

Comment

It is generally accepted that, in the long term, there is no special advantage to any of the investment systems available. Investment results are entirely dependent upon the manager’s actual performance each year.

The cost of investment needs to be controlled. It also has to be appropriate for the scheme. Investment costs and fees ought to be discussed during the investment manager selection process and at each future manager review.

In deciding upon which type of investment is appropriate for the scheme the need for stability of annual returns should be taken into account, and balanced against the need for visibility of costs and investment performance.













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