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The capital relief trades (CRT) market suffers from a material gap between banks’ needs and the availability of investor capital, within the strategy. To facilitate growth, one of the next steps should be to attract greater buy-in from long-term investors, especially pension funds and their investment consultants.
Kaikobad Kakalia, cio at Chorus Capital, believes that long-term investors - especially pension funds - are the “essential link” in enabling the CRT/risk-sharing market to scale.
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