Virtual Event 26 Nov 2020: 4th Annual Asset Allocation and Performance Management Conference
This mini-conference provides valuable insights into asset allocation strategies including life cycle products, the use of derivatives in asset allocations, and the perennial debate of active versus passive strategies.
- Asset allocation lessons learned during COVID-19
- Asset allocation for life cycle strategies
- Considering the balance between active and passive equity allocations
- The optimum allocation to active or passive
- The different role of long duration and short duration fixed income in lifecycle strategies
- Asset allocations for superannuation default member options
- The use of derivatives for rebalancing
- Floating versus static asset allocation benchmarks
- The value of a “Reference” portfolio in performance attribution
- Attribution of risk and return in asset allocation decisions
- Alternative approaches to the use of rebalancing derivatives at an option level
- Matching derivatives to physical asset performance for global equities fixed income durations and other considerations
- Has the use of derivatives contributed to investment risk in volatile markets?
- The growing interest in low cost, passive superannuation fund member options
Conference websiteVirtual Event 26 Nov 2020: 4th Annual Asset Allocation and Performance Management Conference
Listed in: Pension Funds Conferences, Other Institutions Conferences, Endowments and Foundations Conferences, Private Wealth and Family Offices Conferences, SWFs and Central Banks Conferences, Institutional Asset Managers Conferences, Insurance Companies Conferences, Investment Process Conferences, Asset Allocation and TAA Conferences, Quant and Tools Conferences, Derivative Instruments Conferences, Index Investing Conferences, Markets Outlook Conferences, Global Strategy Outlook Conferences, Debt and Credit Outlook Conferences, Australian Superannuation Conferences, Fixed Income and Treasury Conferences, Risk and Portfolio Construction Conferences, Performance Analysis Conferences.