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The authors provide a simple framework based on a passive, benchmark portfolio representing the plan's long-term asset classes, weighted by their long-term allocations. Returns on this "investment policy" portfolio are compared with the actual returns resulting from the combination of investment policy plus market timing over- or underweighting within an asset class. Data from 91 large U. The actual mean average total return on the portfolio over the period was 9.
Active management cost the average plan 1. Although investment strategy can result in significant returns, these are dwarfed by the return contribution from investment policy—the selection of asset classes and their normal weights.
Privacy Settings. Save Settings. Abstract In order to delineate investment responsibility and measure performance contribution, pension plan sponsors and investment managers need a clear and relevant method of attributing returns to those activities that compose the investment management process—investment policy, market timing, and security selection. Brinson CFA. Randolph Hood. Gilbert L.
Determinants of Portfolio Performance