Published by : JP Morgan Asset Management
Choosing a DC default fund isn’t a binary decision between active and passive investing. Instead, it’s about choosing a solution from the broad spectrum that spans these two approaches.
The need to control costs means some compromise may be necessary. But target date funds offering broadly diversified, actively managed glide paths have the potential to prove their value over the long term by delivering more members across the retirement finish line.
Our short video looks at how DC plans can make the most of the return opportunities available to them through active investing at the glide path level and in the underlying funds.
Published:08 January 2016
Business Area: Defined Contribution Pensions
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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