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Aon's Bryan Ward discusses trends in the OCIO market and considerations for asset owners when evaluating OCIO partners and their differentiators.
Read our AA View to learn more about Silicon Valley Bank, Credit Suisse and the initial implications for our Market Outlook.
A terrible year for equity markets has resulted in much improved valuations. Read more from Aon to learn more about global equity.
This is a webinar that is part of the market outlook investment series.
A growing number of stakeholders are starting to hold organizations accountable for their roles in causing or combatting climate change - climate risk has emerged as a prominent investment issue.
In Aon’s Global Perspectives on Responsible Investment we continue to explore evolving attitudes, behaviors and investment choices of institutional investors globally. Learn more about the findings.
Aon’s Capital Market Assumptions are our asset class return, volatility, and correlation assumptions. Read the report to earn more.
Aon’s Asset Allocation Team provides an outlook for inflation, different securities to protect against inflation and how investors should think about inflation risk when creating long-term allocation.
Volatility has always been a key element of investing – and to meet those shocks, we prepare for them with our long-term strategy. So, what are we really facing in 2021? Read Aon's latest article.
Watch Aon's Webinar: Q1 Market Update - R&I Investment Series Kick-off - Investing in 2021: The Real Risk/Reward Challenge
Aon believes the best advice for investment planning going into 2021 is to be prepared for a wide range of market conditions and outcomes, with wider investment preferences and trends.
Join us for our 4th Quarter Market Update webinar where our investment consultants review current market and asset class developments.
This piece offers a strategic perspective on Chinese A-Shares, and while we recognize the risks inherent in investments in China, the longer-term investment thesis holds in today’s environment.
Gold has an important part to play in today’s portfolios as an asset that fits well in today’s very uncertain environment.
The powerful recovery in US stocks since the brief bear market in March 2020 has far exceeded everybody’s expectations. The turnaround is a record breaker.
Value stocks have lost their luster over the past decade for several reasons, but value investing as a concept is certainly not dead.