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Together we can help you achieve optimized portfolio outcomes

As a leading global independent investment manager, our vast institutional knowledge and capabilities have delivered results for pension and retirement plans the world over. Our Institutional team has been a trusted partner in assisting plan sponsors with meeting their unique challenges for over 40 years. From specific mandates and multi-asset strategies to complex bespoke investment solutions, let Invesco’s combined strengths help solve for your desired outcome.

Defined benefit plans are approaching a turning point


We believe there are four primary forces shaping the future of defined benefit plans—only when plan sponsors account for these forces holistically can portfolios be optimized.

Turning Points is our unique approach to help plan sponsors address the challenges facing today’s pension plans. Together we can help optimize your portfolio to reach the outcome you seek.

Contact your Invesco representative to learn more, and access the Turning Points guide.

To access our new thinking on optimizing DC participant outcomes, visit Invesco Defined Contribution.

 

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