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03 December 2020 10:55




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mallowstreet University Digital Roundtable: Making Private Credit Accessible to Smaller Pension Schemes

For small and medium sized pension schemes, accessing private credit and its consistent income streams and potential for higher yields can be difficult. However, we at Schroders believe private credit is no longer the preserve of just large schemes. In this Digital Roundtable, Jane Turner and Jeremy Knox will examine the market dynamics that are making private credit an attractive opportunity and deliver their thoughts on how to access a diversified mix of private credit assets that all schemes can take advantage of either as a standalone allocation or in a Cashflow Driven Investment strategy.

This morning session is accredited for CPD points by the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and is exclusively for pension fund decision makers.


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The University Roundtable will take place online via a 'Zoom' meeting (a widely used webcast meeting provider). We will provide further information, including an access link and password to all attendees in advance of the event.

Welcome and Introductions


Presentation Jane Turner, Jeremy Knox & Tim Horne

Please join Jane Turner and Jeremy Knox as they examine the market dynamics that are making private credit an attractive opportunity for schemes of all sizes.

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  • Jane Turner

    Jane is responsible for Schroder Adveq's private debt investment activities. She is also a Member of the Private Assets Strategic Investment Group, Multi-Asset Investments. Jane joined Schroders in 2003. She has 15 years of experience in manager selection and portfolio management, including six years focused on private asset strategies. Jane holds a BA (Hons) in Business Studies with Finance and is a CFA® Charterholder.

  • Jeremy Knox

    Jeremy is responsible for Schroder Adveq's buyout, turnaround and private debt investment activities across primary funds, secondaries, and co-investments.

    Prior to joining Schroder Adveq in 2016, Jeremy spent 7 years as a Director in the investment arm of PartnerRe Ltd., where he was responsible for private equity and debt investments in primary funds and co-investments. Prior to PartnerRe, Jeremy worked in the Investment Banking group of Fox-Pitt Kelton where he focused on transactions within the financial services industry.

    Jeremy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Franklin & Marshall College, US.

  • Tim Horne

    Tim is responsible for business development and relationship management across Schroders' range of capabilities for all sizes of defined benefit pension schemes. Tim is also Head of Institutional DC, responsible for the design of the overall strategy of Schroders’ DC business and the delivery of Schroders’ investment proposition to our DC clients. Tim joined the Schroders in 2011 and is based in London.

    Before joining Schroders, Tim was a Senior Investment Consultant at Towers Watson where his responsibilities included giving investment and strategy advice to a range of UK schemes. Previously Tim has been a Client Director at Fidelity International as well as holding senior positions at MSCI and Mellon Global Investments. Tim is a CFA Charterholder.