Watch the summary to learn why rebalancing, hedge paths, credit management, and Opportunity Allocations are key opportunities for corporate defined benefit investments.
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Overview In the eight years following the global financial crisis, a combination of ultra-low interest rates, market volatility, low growth, and tightening regulatory standards have all impacted...
A key opportunity for qualified defined benefit plan sponsors is to use a hedge path to reduce the duration of fixed income while interest rates are low.
The buying power of an outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO) may potentially give immediate benefits to defined contribution (DC) plan participants through negotiated, lower fees.
By outsourcing investment management in defined contribution plans, plan sponsors can shift their focus from managing investments to selecting and monitoring the designated fiduciary.
As a non-profit organization, the importance of understanding your needs and assessing OCIO governance.
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A paper exploring the potential to incorporate global investment-grade credit into liability-driven investment strategies.
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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.