PGIM Institutional Advisory & Solutions (IAS) Research Paper Series

The PGIM Institutional Advisory & Solutions (IAS) Research Paper Series covers four distinct areas of institutional portfolio management: (1) Portfolio Construction (2) Manager Allocation and Selection (3) Illiquid Private Assets and (4) Real Assets. Inspired by conversations with leading global institutional investors, IAS' multi-asset class research is practitioner-oriented, quantitatively-driven and agnostic with respect to forward economic and market views. IAS research is meant to provide objective, data-driven, and independent perspectives on strategic portfolio management issues that, ultimately, can help CIOs and investment boards meet their investment objectives.

PGIM, the investment management business of Prudential Financial, Inc., is a leading global asset manager focused on long-term client relationships, and public and private market expertise. With more than $1.4 trillion* in assets under management, PGIM is a global leader in the investment management industry. Housed within PGIM, but independent of the investment management businesses, the IAS quantitative research team consists of expert research professionals who engage with PGIM's global institutional clients to offer practical solutions to real-world investment challenges. In addition to its research papers, IAS executes confidential, bespoke projects at the behest of its asset allocator partners. To learn more, visit https://www.pgim.com/ias.

* Assets under management (AUM) data is as of March 31, 2022. AUM is based on company estimates and are subject to change.

Prudential Financial, Inc. of the United States is not affiliated in any manner with Prudential plc, incorporated in the United Kingdom or with Prudential Assurance Company, a subsidiary of M&G plc, incorporated in the United Kingdom.

 

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