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The magnitude of last year’s sell-off in the financial markets has set in motion normally slow-moving corporate pension plans. Plan sponsors are starting to reshape the way plan assets are allocated and making changes to other longstanding practices, such as securities lending, a recent survey shows. “When you’ve lost a lot of money, there’s clearly an incentive to de-risk and ensure you have more stability,” says Goran Hagegard, a principal at financial services consultancy Greenwich Associates.

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