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
Many corporate DB plans are looking for ways to maximize the duration of their liability-hedging allocations while using as little capital as possible.
Actuarial firms, bankers and insurance companies have been urging U.S. defined benefit plan sponsors to transfer their liabilities to a third party. Transferring the total liability has proven too onerous for most plan sponsors, so these institutions have been pitching partial risk transfers (PRT) instead. However, the touted long-term cost savings and pension risk reduction may turn out to be underwhelming, if not elusive.Sponsored by PIMCO
5 Steps to Getting Consensus on Technology Selection and Accelerating Value
An interview with Neil Blundell & Jacob BorbidgeSponsored by Invesco
CIOs today have access to unprecedented volumes of data that can help in exploring and implementing investment ideas, vetting and monitoring investment managers and overseeing portfolios. But many lack the systems they need to take maximum advantage of the data available to them—or the insights that data could deliver.Sponsored by Backstop Solutions