CORPORATE PENSION PLAN SPONSORS ARE INVITED TO LISTEN TO OUR RECENT WEBCAST
Pension Risk Management in Uncertain Times
2016 began with a nosedive in global capital markets. Elevated volatility continues and the future direction of the domestic and world economy is uncertain. Pension risk is a current area of focus for many corporate pension plan sponsors. In this webcast, professionals from PNC Institutional Advisory SolutionsSM and Lockton Retirement Services offer insight into such questions as:
- How has the pension risk environment changed?
- What considerations are important in developing a pension strategy?
- Why are plan sponsors implementing liability driven investing now?
- Will more plan sponsors borrow to fund their plan? If so, what are the pros and cons?
- How can plan sponsors prepare for pension risk transfer transactions?
To learn more about this webinar, click here
Research and Publications
PNC's team of investment strategists examine and provide key insights on financial market challenges and opportunities that affect institutional investors.
Quarterly Investment Strategy
First Quarter 2016
In this issue of Investment Strategy Quarterly, we present our outlook for the economy and several key asset classes, as well as discuss implications of the U.S. presidential election. This issue of Investment Strategy Quarterly includes a brief executive summary, as well as the full paper.
Multifamily REITs: Stronger for Longer
Fourth Quarter 2015
This issue of Investment Strategy Quarterly takes a deep dive into real estate, focusing on the multifamily industry, and reviews how we believe the asset class is likely to behave. Real estate may get a bit less attention than the broader equity markets, but it is certainly no less affected both by secular drivers and the significant changes occurring in the current market environment.
Near-Term Caution and Long-Term Opportunity: An Emerging Markets Story
Third Quarter 2015
In investing, and in life in general, balancing both the short term and the long term can be a critical element of success. Identifying these trends in isolation is often a simpler task, especially compared with the art of implementing contradictory strategies necessary to navigate each distinct time period.
Mr. Draghi’s Europe
Second Quarter 2015
Often, it may seem that only negative events surprise the markets. Every so often, however, a positive market event is the driver, such as the recent drop in oil prices, which have fallen quite significantly since the summer of 2014. With prices continuing to test new lows, we believe many investors are likely beginning to question the broader-reaching implications.
The Big Picture
First Quarter 2015
First-quarter 2015 saw a meaningful increase in volatility across asset classes, as numerous global forces continued to evolve. Everything from stocks and bonds to currencies and energy struggled to find direction amid a global economy that is still dealing with myriad uncertainties.