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If you are a DB pension plan sponsor, your plan is likely invested in a traditional balanced fund structure. A mix of 60% public equities and 40% core fixed income has long been the recipe for achieving the required rate of return plan sponsors need to cover their benefit obligations. However, the current low-growth, low-yield environment is making it increasingly difficult to hit the mark, and this type of strategy completely ignores a plan’s unique liability profile.

  • January 8, 2014 September 13, 2019
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