Serious policy barriers limit long-term investment

The OECD annual survey of large pension funds and public pension reserve funds, reveals the “existence of serious barriers that need to be urgently addressed at policy level” to encourage long-term investment.

The survey, which looks at 86 institutional investors from more than 35 countries accounting for $9.7 trillion in assets, as part of a research collective into long-term investing .

As part of the OECD report on “Government and market based instruments and incentives for stimulating the financing of long-term investment”, requested by the G20 finance ministers and central bank governors, analysis is also underway on the wide range of options available to institutional investors for accessing the infrastructure asset class and how the historic models of infrastructure funds need to be adapted to accommodate the interests of investors more favourably.


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