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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The ongoing financial crisis drove the 100 largest corporate pension plans to a record $300 billion loss of funded status in 2008. In the wake of these losses, many pension plan sponsors have been led to re-examine their pension plan asset allocation strategies, to consider the risk exposures to the plans and to the sponsors. A recent study indicates that many corporate defined benefit plans fail to address the full range of risks facing them, especially the ones…mehr

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The ongoing financial crisis drove the 100 largest corporate pension plans to a record $300 billion loss of funded status in 2008. In the wake of these losses, many pension plan sponsors have been led to re-examine their pension plan asset allocation strategies, to consider the risk exposures to the plans and to the sponsors. A recent study indicates that many corporate defined benefit plans fail to address the full range of risks facing them, especially the ones related to liabilities. Too often, the study says, corporate pensions are distracted by concerns that have nothing to do with the long-term health of the fund. Asset/liability modeling is an approach to examining pension risks and allows the sponsor to set informed policies for funding, benefit design, and asset allocation.