This supplement explores multi-asset strategies, including impact on portfolios, ways to implement and measure them and how they fit into an overall asset or risk allocation.
Liability-driven investing has become a hot topic as defined benefit plan sponsors move pension risk off their balance sheets.
There has been a buzz associated with private credit for some time now. Institutional investors have been turning to this high-profile asset class.
P&I roundtable of experts dives into the evolution and expanding uses of LDI.
Midcap stocks often don't get the attention that they merit from institutional investors.
Cost and choice are two important considerations for any retirement plan, from defined benefit pension plans to defined contribution plans. However, a planís size can significantly affect both cost and choice.
This supplement digs deep into the risks and opportunities - in both equity and debt - that institutional investors can find in EM and why an allocation is important.
AI and related technologies have demonstrated success in many applications, so itís natural to ask how they could be applied to asset management.
Gone are the days of asking whether ESG should be incorporated into investment decision-making or if impact investing is suitable for institutional investors. The questions asset owners are asking managers now is, ďHow do I incorporate it and can I get scale?Ē
This supplement to Pensions & Investments, aims to provide institutional investors with an academic research perspective on the most relevant issues in the industry today.
Pensions & Investments spoke with Columbia Threadneedle Investmentsí Malcolm (Mac) Ryerse, lead analyst (U.S.) of responsible investment, and Kirk Moore, global head of research, to discuss the wealth of ESG data now available and how their firmís portfolio managers and analysts use the information to enhance and strengthen their fundamental analysis processes.
This supplement covers tried-and-true ideas such as diversification and core options, and digs into new ways to improve defined contribution plans.
While defined contribution plans have displaced defined benefit plans as the retirement plan of choice for most private companies, many organizations still find themselves managing both.
P&I roundtable of experts spotlights opportunities and cautions that investing in China requires a close watch on a sentiment-driven market, government policy and the ongoing trade situation.
Since the financial crisis, the senior loan marketís investor base has grown in depth and breadth to include large pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies and many other types of institutional investors. This supplement provides a 360 degree look at the senior loan market today and discusses why, with interest rates rising, senior loans are more compelling than ever.
Fidelity Institutional Asset Management's 11th global institutional investor survey put into stark relief how differently investors in the Americas, Asia and Europe think about important topics such as the role of technology in asset management and asset allocation
A panel of emerging market experts that includes Maria Negrete-Gruson, managing director and portfolio manager at Artisan Partners; Ricardo Adroguť, head of emerging markets debt at Barings; and Claire Franklin, portfolio manager at BMO Global Asset Management discuss the macro-environment, share company and country specifics, and offer insights on where to look past the headlines.
Investment-grade bonds have historically offered a safe haven for institutional investors when the market starts swinging, but this year, the sector hasn't fared much better than other asset classes.
This supplement provides an up-to-date look at markets around the world, from equities to fixed income, currencies and more, as well as the risks and opportunities investors face.
Alternative investments can play an important role if approached in the right manner. Biagio Manieri, managing director at PFM, discusses why alternatives make sense and how investors should think about understanding them.
The global economy faces risks on three fronts, but compelling investment opportunities can still be found in emerging market debt. At Eaton Vance, the team has identified three sets of headwinds: The interest rate environment in the U.S., rising oil prices and a slowdown in China.
As more plan sponsors consider liability driven investment programs, the question of credit downgrades and their impact on an LDI portfolio inevitably arises. Itís an important issue, but more critical than a managerís ability to avoid downgrades is the depth of fundamental research that goes into building an LDI portfolio that can anticipate downgrades and meet a clientís goals.
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