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Aon Hewitt Retirement and Investment Blog

Why all the negativity?

This post addresses why global bond yields have suddenly moved higher.

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How realistic is your asset model?

This post addresses how simple models of investment markets do not capture certain key characteristics. Adjustments are required to ensure investors understand the investment risks of different investment strategies.

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Weekly Update - 17 June 2015 (APAC)

The weekly update includes a listing of the new pieces of intellectual capital released the prior week, upcoming events, commentary on market experience over the prior week, and a discussion of economic releases during the upcoming week.

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Pourquoi autant de négativité?

Ce texte tente d’expliquer pourquoi les taux obligataires mondiaux ont soudainement augmentés.

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Investment Performance of Retirement Plans in China

Employers can set up an Enterprise Annuity (EA) in China on a voluntary basis. On December 6, 2013, the Chinese government announced the EA tax incentive, which makes an EA attractive to employees. However, employers in China can set up other structures, which offer more flexibility than an EA. This paper describes some of the alternatives and trends in the market in China.

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Active Share – A Canadian Perspective

This blog entry briefly discusses how the median active share of the funds in different universes compare to Canadian equity managers and one likely ramification it has on Canadian equity multi-manager portfolio construction.

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Weekly Update -30 June 2015 (APAC)

The weekly update includes a listing of the new pieces of intellectual capital released the prior week, upcoming events, commentary on market experience over the prior week, and a discussion of economic releases during the upcoming week. 

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Greece after a bad weekend

A blog post that discusses the political and economic significant of the weekend’s events relating to the Greek Debt crisis.

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