Pension CIOs are not making any big asset allocation moves, according to consultants that are closely eyeing the impact COVID-19 and the outcome of the U.S. Presidential election may have on market sentiment.
An NEPC survey released this week found that more than 40% of corporate and healthcare pension plans are concerned about the threats that COVID-19 present to their investment program, along with nearly one-quarter of corporate plans with worries over the U.S. election.
The consulting firm surveyed respondents representing more than $101 billion in assets. They found that . . .
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