Published by : Partners Group
The research paper published by Partners Group, illustrates how a relatively modest allocation to private markets in a typical defined contribution (DC) pension plan could potentially have a significant positive impact on the income at retirement for beneficiaries.
The paper also includes both backward- and forward-looking analyses using a typical DC 'glidepath', in which a portfolio is over-weighted to growth-oriented assets at the outset of saving and transitions to an income-oriented asset overweight as retirement begins.
Published:30 January 2017
Business Area: Defined Contribution Pensions
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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