The overall objective of defined contribution retirement programs is to help participants accumulate sufficient assets to meet the future liability that is their retirement expenses. Considering the significant impact that inflation risk can have on a participant’s retirement expenses, investment managers are seeking to create more sophisticated portfolios that are designed to help investors manage inflation risk, generate higher real returns, and provide diversity to equity and bond heavy portfolios. These portfolios are referred to as “real asset” or “real return” strategies.
In this webinar, Scott Cameron will help plan fiduciaries understand what real asset funds are, as well as what to consider when deciding whether or not to offer these strategies.
By attending this webinar, you’ll take away an understanding of:
- The 9 most common asset classes that appear within real asset strategies
- The benefits of using real asset funds to help manage inflation risk
- What plan fiduciaries need to know when conducting due diligence and investment monitoring
- The complications and risks associated with real asset funds
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