BRUSSELS — The Amonis pension plan for Belgian doctors, dentists and physiotherapists appointed Dutch consultant Ortec to assist in an asset-liability modeling study, said Tom Mergaerts, chief financial officer of the €1 billion ($1.26 billion) plan. Adjustments to the asset allocation may be made as a result, said Mr. Mergaerts. The plan now invests 42% in equities, 42% in bonds, 9% in real estate and 7% in alternatives.
Separately, the fund made its first commodities investment, a €35 million passively managed fund managed by AXA Investment Managers Benelux. Funding came from cash.