As mask mandates lift and life gets back to normal, defined benefit plan sponsors and institutional asset managers are looking forward to re-engaging with each other in person. During the first year of the coronavirus pandemic, institutional asset managers and defined benefit plan sponsors — like everyone else — stayed connected virtually, but the vast […]
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A traditional asset allocation policy that relies on rebalancing can't work – at least not for everyone.
Principals may have an interest in efficient markets, but agents have their own interests which tend to compensation, among others.
...some will feel that they have no choice but to maintain risk at pre-crises levels...If you apply this thinking to casino play you lose your house.
Since real estate and commodities can help deal with inflation risk, the paper makes some worthwhile points for plan sponsors.