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  • Newsletter
    The Willis Towers Watson Pension Index has now increased for eight of nine months in 2018. Its current level of 82.5, which represents a 1.1% increase for the month, had not been seen in ten years.
  • Newsletter
    A groundbreaking report shows how health costs are hurting American workers, the IRS approves a student loan repayment match for a 401(k) plan, and an in-depth analysis traces the trajectory of pension risk over time.
  • Newsletter
    In September’s edition of Global Markets Overview, we update our returns for market price action and our recommendations for portfolio strategy in light of the very strong GDP growth of 2.9% in the U.S., Japan and the European Union signing a bilateral trade agreement and The U.S. and South Korea planning to sign a revised bilateral agreement called KORUS this month.
  • Newsletter
    In this issue, we look into how MPF members should formulate their investment strategy to saving for retirement.
  • Newsletter
    Largest Asian pension funds featured prominently in this year’s Global 300 ranking. To prepare for tomorrow’s accelerating changes and challenges (in the next 5-10 years), asset owners need to reposition their business, operating and investment models in order to succeed.
  • Newsletter
    The Willis Towers Watson Pension Index has now increased for five consecutive months. It measures 81.6 at the end of August, marking a 0.9% increase.
  • Newsletter
    On a quarterly basis, the Group Annuity Purchase Team at Willis Towers Watson contacts insurance companies to obtain updates on the Canadian group annuity market.
  • Newsletter
    In August’s edition of Global Markets Overview, we review market pricing and our recommendations for portfolio strategy as global trade tensions continue to impact financial asset prices.
  • Newsletter
    The Willis Towers Watson Pension Index has increased in the second quarter primarily from assets increase explained by the positive asset returns. This increase was partially offset by the positive liability growth rate shown in the quarter. The net effect on our benchmark plan was an increase of 2.0% in the Willis Towers Watson Pension Index (from 65.3 to 66.6) for the quarter.
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    The competitive and complex environment of institutional fund management requires greater access to investment expertise, whether internal or external. Asset owners who do not want to do everything themselves can consider delegating to an external service provider. The August edition of Asian Investor Digest includes two papers about the role of Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (CIO) and key drivers of the shift to the Outsourced CIO.
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