June 22, 2016
UTC pension fund is reaping the benefits of diversity and risk management introduced to the portfolio 10 years ago, including sophisticated LDI, risk parity and portable alpha strategies.
In an increasingly complex and inter-connected world, a broader perspective on risk is essential in helping investors navigate an uncertain future, writes Phil Edwards.
Investors should not rely on investment theory because the complex and connected risks in the real world cannot fully be accounted for, says Tim Unger, of Willis Towers Watson.
Asset owners are winning the argument to lower private equity manager fees; their next battle will be about the valuation of private assets.
It is more than ever a “market of credits” rather than a “credit market”, according to Mercer, affording those with rigorous research coupled with patience, capital and flexibility the potential
CEM benchmarking has shed light on the unattractive returns – largely due to high costs – and lack of risk protection afforded by most pension funds’ hedge fund portfolios
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