What is Pension Stabilization?
An alternative to the widely adopted industry model of glide path de-risking.
Redirects glide path strategies away from highly concentrated liability-driven investment programs toward a more efficient low volatility strategic allocation.
An opportunity for a more diversified and resilient model of asset-liability management that directly addresses undesirable risk concentrations in traditional hedge portfolios.
The roadmap to pension stability
The combination of improved funding, relaxed contribution rules, and an evolving investment opportunity set make a compelling case for a strategic pivot in pension plans. Please join Mike Buchenholz, Head of Pension Strategy, and Jared Gross, Head of Institutional Portfolio Strategy, for a discussion on the shortcomings of hibernation strategies and the opportunities implementing a pension stabilization strategy offers institutional investors.
Rethinking the pension plan endgame
Jared Gross, Head of Institutional Portfolio Strategy, and Michael Buchenholz, Head of U.S. Pension Strategy, discuss why Institutional investors should consider pension stabilization as an alternative to the widely adopted industry model of glide path-derisking and hibernation.