Joshua Pond: Pension investments will suffer 'long Covid'

Societal inequalities will outlive virus

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Joshua Pond: "It seems certain that Covid-19 will have a lasting effect on retirement planning."
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Joshua Pond: "It seems certain that Covid-19 will have a lasting effect on retirement planning."

Joshua Pond looks at the long-lasting effects of the Covid-19 pandemic from the perspective of pension fund investments in his latest article for Professional Adviser

The economic fall out created by the Covid-19 pandemic has not been the great equaliser so many had claimed it would be back in March. Health outcomes have varied across the spectrum of societal groups...

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