Wednesday, May 24, 2017
7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- Why a periodic review of the structure of your DC Plan is to protect you!
- What are the components that are under your direct area of accountability?
- Where do I begin to reduce fiduciary liability for my board?
- How do I get started with metrics to measure my Plan’s performance?
“Alternative investments” in the past have created considerable angst among institutional investors considering their use in portfolios.
More recently, portfolios have evolved away from a conventional 60/40 stocks/bonds asset allocation. Although this mix of traditional asset classes served clients well for years, today’s institutional investors can realize not only meaningful return opportunities, but also enhanced portfolio diversification by including additional asset classes which are becoming more mainstream.
Hedge funds and private equity tend to dominate the alternative investments headlines. However, DeMarche believes there are also other, less well known, asset classes worthy of investors’ consideration.