Published by: QMA
The funded statuses of defined benefit plans continue to struggle. QMA's US Market Participation Strategy—with its asymmetrical return profile and low correlation to other growth assets—provides an effective solution for draw-down risk while still seeking long term returns.
Published by: Preqin
Gain valuable insight into the portfolio construction, alternative asset allocation evaluation and investment activities of institutional investors based on the results of a recent Preqin survey. This report also features case studies comparing different investors utilizing Preqin's industry-leading data.
Published by: Angel Oak Capital Advisors, LLC
The 2007-2008 housing crisis led to the near disappearance of non-agency mortgage origination. Almost a decade after the crisis, however, non-agency lending and securitizations are making a comeback with much more stringent underwriting criteria and present a unique investment opportunity.
Published by: Standard Life Investments
As more investors recognize the potential benefits of a multi-asset approach, we explore how best to assess multi-asset outcomes. Investors should look beyond simple correlation to deepen understanding of the strategies and gain real insight into their underlying drivers.
Published by: State Street Global Advisors
Today's low-return and volatile markets are prompting investors to reconsider traditional investment approaches.Our latest issue of the Investment Quarterly Magazine focuses on a growing movement toward factor-based investing.
Published by: State Street Corporation
“Pensions with Purpose: Meeting the Retirement Challenge,” is based on a global survey of 400 pension funds and interviews with more than 40 industry experts. The study reveals that pension fund leaders are building internal expertise while reinforcing risk and governance frameworks for long-term strength and agility.
Published by: PGIM
For the first time in recorded history, the old will outnumber the young. This unprecedented aging of the global population has profound consequences for individuals, businesses, governments, and investors.
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