Pension plans need to diversify beyond stocks and bonds

Cohen & Steers’ Vince Childers warns investors today are facing a much more difficult returns environment

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Cohen & Steers head of real assets multi-strategy Vince Childers
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Cohen & Steers head of real assets multi-strategy Vince Childers

With default lifestyle and risk-managed funds losing their appeal amid declines in both stocks and bonds, many wealth managers are considering diversification options for their pension plan menus.

A blend of real assets may offer an attractive way to fill that need. An essential allocation for a new market regime In a world of high inflation and sluggish growth, we believe investors to...

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