Institutional investors can enhance their ability to capitalize on the yield and diversification benefits of alternatives universe. This approach allows investors to stitch together multi-asset portfolios in a more efficient, coherent way. Executing this, however is no simple task. If done incorrectly, investors risk negating some of the diversification benefits that make alternatives such valuable contributors to stronger, more resilient portfolios.
Seeking value amid low rates, rising risk and political uncertaintySponsored by Invesco
As interest rates continue to tumble this year, chief investment officers are left grappling with a familiar problem: finding yield in fixed income without taking on excessive risk.
“Rather than trying to predict and time interest rate levels, we think investors do better over the long-term through careful security selection in spread sectors.”Sponsored by MetLife Investment Management
An Alternative Perspective on the Illiquidity DiscountSponsored by PIMCO
We show that the return to a defensive equity portfolio can be decomposed into a hedging component and a component that seeks to generate returns.Sponsored by PIMCO
Does your organization have developed investment beliefs? Learn why every investment committee needs an investment beliefs document and the six key questions that can help you develop one.Sponsored by Mercer