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Public pensions remain active in adapting allocations

14 June, 2023 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: Chief Investment Officer, 9 June 2023

U.S. public pension managers are confident their plans are well-hedged against inflation, as they plan to increase allocations to commodities and boost infrastructure investing.

U.S. public pension funds are looking to the future by planning for the possible impact of further economic and market shocks, according to a report from Ortec Finance.

Although public pension funds have been bruised, many are preparing for the future viability of the retirement funds, Ortec found in research published this month.

Ortec commissioned independent research company Pureprofile to interview 50 U.S. public sector pension fund managers responsible for a collective $1.315 trillion assets under management. The survey was conducted in April 2023.

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