Low interest rates and extremely volatile markets provided a wild ride for retirement plans in 2020, with many pension plan sponsors taking another look at their allocation to hedge funds for 2021. Did your hedge serve you well?
Our panel of experts break down what happened to plans in 2020, our outlook for fixed income and spreads, and where we see the key decisions for plan sponsors this year. The panel explores:
- Case studies showcasing various hedge levels and options for each moving forward in an effort to positively affect funded status
- Why asset allocation is having a surprisingly minimal impact on plan contributions
- Interest rate outlook and yield spreads in the current market environment
Tom Harvey - Senior Director, Strategic Advice
William (Bill) Lawrence, CFA - Former Chief Investment Officer, Investment Management Unit
Randy Cusick, CPA - Senior Client Portfolio Manager
Jonathan (Jon) Waite, FSA, EA - Director, Lead ActuaryWatch the Replay
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