Willis Towers Watson: Global Pension Assets Study 2017

22 februari 2018

a.s.r. Vermogensbeheer

Willis Towers Watson publiceert haar Global Pension Assets Study 2017:

“The study covers 22 major pension markets, which total USD 36,435 billion in pension assets and account for 62.0% of the GDP of these economies. The study performs a deeper analysis for seven of these markets (Australia, Canada, Japan, Netherlands, Switzerland, UK and US).

Some Dutch highlights: Switzerland, Japan and the Netherlands have more conservative investment strategies i.e. higher allocation to bonds. Furthermore, the Netherlands has the highest ratio of pension assets to GDP (168%, 135% in 2016). Also, the Netherlands and Japan have above average exposure to bonds, and Canada, Netherlands and the US have the highest allocation to domestic bonds.

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