Four Strategic Allocation Issues for Asset Owners in 2023

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Inigo Fraser Jenkins and Alla Harmsworth, AB’s Co-Heads of Institutional Solutions

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Please join us for a replay of our recent webcast with Inigo Fraser Jenkins and Alla Harmsworth, AB’s Co-Heads of Institutional Solutions, as they take a deep dive into four key issues asset owners must address as they consider portfolio design in what’s likely to be another challenging year in 2023: + Liquidity is a growing concern, given the transition from quantitative easing to tightening, asset owners’ shift to more illiquid portfolios and expectations for more volatility in inflation and interest rates. + The public/private assets split is probably the most contentious allocation issue. There are still many reasons to increase private-market exposure, but the decline in public valuations and rising worries about liquidity raise questions. + The outlook for risk assets—particularly equities and high-yield bonds—is the subject of lively debate, as the world heads into a period that will see slower economic growth. + There is a large emerging difference in the relative supply and demand for stock vs government bonds that could influence the medium term allocation to these assets.
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