Many pension plans are currently faced with the challenge of negative cashflows at the same time they are attempting to meet their liquidity requirements and close their funding gaps. a greater focus on managing plan liquidity with a cashflow driven strategy can be used to increase the certainty of near-to-medium term outcomes.
CDI - Improving the certainty of your outcome: facing the challenge of negative cashflows
Published date: May 2018Share
It has been a challenging period for currency managers. A primary factor that used to drive currency markets - relative interest rates indicating a change in relative economic strength - failed as a predictor of US dollar performance in 2017.
Currency markets - changing the investment model
Published date: February 2018Share
After years of sustained global growth and buoyant asset prices, investors face a number of significant potential turning points in 2018. We share our thoughts on some of the major investment themes and the opportunities and challenges they present.
Thoughts for 2018
Published date: December 2017Share
57% of US asset owners expect to increase their roster of managers, contrasting with 20% who indicated that they intended to work with fewer in the future. This was one of the key findings from our 2017 survey of more than 260 senior US asset owners.
The US market is ripe for disruption from multi-asset investing
Published date: November 2017Share
While the emerging market debt universe has evolved beyond recognition over the last two decades, the way that investors approach the asset class has been slower to evolve. It is time for investors to look beyond constrained benchmarks and toward a total return approach.
The next phase in the evolution of emerging market debt investing
Published date: October 2017Share
Some people might associate cashflow driven investing (CDI), which a uses fixed income asset portfolio to match liability cashflows, with investors who are willing to accept relatively modest returns in order to eliminate risk wherever possible. But a custom CDI approach can also be an appropriate strategy for liquidity-sensitive investors, like pension plans, who are targeting strong asset returns.
Cashflow driven investing - improving the certainty of your outcome
Published date: October 2017Share
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