The asset allocation model is a mainstay for most institutional investors, and allows CIOs across the world to grapple with sprawling portfolios. It has evolved as a necessity for managing the ever-complex evolution of institutional portfolio management.
However, the asset allocation model is not without its dangers. Due to an over-reliance on the asset allocation model, three prominent structural flaws have infiltrated the portfolio management process of many institutional investors.
In this report, we dive in to point out these flaws, explain how to find them, and ultimately, how to correct them.
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