Shifting gears

Smolkin, Sheryl
May 2007
Employee Benefit News;May2007, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p61
The article interviews two executives from SEI Global Institutional Solutions. They include James Morris, senior vice president of global institutional solutions and Andrew Kitchen, managing director of solutions and strategies. They discussed the decision of the company to shift its pension investing focus from liability-driven to objective-based portfolio construction (OBPC). They also emphasized the relevance of OBPC to the company. INSET: Marrying investment strategy and asset allocation.


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