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What are institutional investors earning?

In this report, we examine trends in asset allocation, investment, and portfolio construction specifically at pensions and other retirement plans worldwide. After conducting a survey of senior investment decision makers, we now present and interpret the data collected about their institutions, with a particular focus on the reasons they choose to shift asset allocations.

The AMP Capital Institutional Investor Report is part of a regular series providing investors with benchmark information on asset allocation, portfolio construction and investment trends.

For a quick snapshot of the results, view the following infographic.

This report includes

  • Retirement plans’ allocations to equities, fixed income, and alternatives as of July 2014
  • Changes in these allocations expected over the next 12 months
  • The top concerns among investment decision makers at retirement plans

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About AMP Capital

AMP Capital is a leading investment house with over US$136 billon* in funds under management.   We are committed to delivering outstanding investment outcomes for clients with contemporary solutions in fixed income, equities, real estate, infrastructure and multi-asset portfolios. Sharing a heritage that spans over 160 years, we are one of the largest investment managers in the Asia Pacific region, with operations in Australia, New Zealand, Bahrain, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Luxembourg, the United Kingdom and the United States.

To find out more about our products and investment solutions, visit www.ampcapital.com

*as at 30 June 2014