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Enterprise Pension Risk
Assess Corporate Risk Profiles to Set Long-Term Pension Strategies
Thresholds of risk tolerance vary significantly by organization leaving many factors to consider when setting the asset allocation. Since the goal for most plan sponsors is to match the organization's risk tolerance to the portfolio strategy, an asset allocation tailored to better manage plan asset volatility and unexpected contribution demands is needed.
This paper outlines important considerations for setting the asset allocations like:
- What risks should be evaluated when setting the asset allocation?
- How should financial modeling be expanded as part of this process?
For more on this topic, you may be interested in a complimentary two-hour event on strategies to answer top pension management questions while considering the effects of implementation on your overall corporate finances.
For more information about the event, complete the brief form below.