The Latest Resources
In Aon's Investment Market Update webinar, industry leaders review the market developments from Q1.
We learn what steps employers have taken and what concerns employers have today. This report also captures how Quebec-based employers are responding to the QPP enhancement announced November 2017.
What happened in markets this week during COVID-19 volatility
A paper exploring the potential to incorporate global investment-grade credit into liability-driven investment strategies.
Investors with a healthy risk appetite and a long-term investment horizon should consider a stand-alone allocation to China A-shares. This paper considers why – and, how best to achieve it.
Aon’s experts explore high quality, low-duration credit strategies and how they can provide a role in investment portfolios as schemes de-risk and move closer towards their long-term funding.
Aon’s quarterly market review and outlook with perspectives on market activity and current investment trends.
How is the pandemic impacting Retirement plans?
Aon's Oliver MacArthur argues that meaningful positive social and environmental impact can be generated by active ownership across a broad universe of companies.
We are reinforcing our suggestion to start to move towards more neutral equity and credit holdings in portfolios.
The loss of the US interest rate advantage and the US large Coronavirus-fighting fiscal package may well prove to be the impetus that brings the trend of US dollar appreciation to an end.
Fiscal promises are surging globally as a response to the growing pandemic crisis. Urgent fiscal needs mean that debt is needing to be monetized, and fiscal and monetary policy are converging.
While market liquidity has started to normalize, large trades can still have disproportionate impacts on prices, and investors need to be careful about transacting, particularly when selling assets.
Credit matched equities last month – the most rapid fall into a bear market on record. US investment grade spreads went to levels not seen outside the financial crisis.
High volatility and periods of market weakness that look likely to remain with us do present scope for longer-horizon investors to top-up equity allocations in a phased way.
Reflecting an essential attribute of the way we construct our capital market assumptions, the price that you pay today for an investment will have a strong bearing on expected future returns.