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Roadmap to Recovery

Please join Invesco senior strategists as they discuss the short-and-long-term economic implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. You'll also learn about investment approaches to help weather market volatility.

Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Time: 4:00 PM


Together we can help you discover what's possible

The world is changing fast, and what was once considered conventional wisdom, may now be a historical reference. As an independent global investment manager, we're focused on helping pension and retirement plans the world over adapt to those changes. Our Institutional team has been a trusted partner in assisting plan sponsors meet their unique challenges for over 40 years. From specific mandates and multi-asset strategies to complex bespoke investment solutions, Invesco's combined strengths help you achieve what's possible.

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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Notification of International Mail Delays

As a result of COVID-19, certain countries have temporarily suspended international mail delivery and the United States Postal Service is currently unable to accept mail destined for these countries. For a current list of the impacted countries, please refer to the USPS service alert.

As of August 7, 2020, Invesco is unable to deliver, by mail, shareholder statements, checks, fund prospectuses, and other relevant reporting and regulatory disclosures to current clients and shareholders residing in the following locations: Bermuda, Bolivia, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jordan, Panama, Saint Maarten, South Africa, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe.

We are relying on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s staff statement permitting delay in transmitting these materials to shareholders and clients in these locations until such clients consent to electronic delivery or there is a resumption of mail delivery services in their country. However, current prospectuses, fund reports, and other public disclosures are readily accessible on our website.

In an effort to prevent delay in mail delivery to our clients, we encourage all clients who live in impacted countries to opt-in to electronic delivery. In the event that you do not consent to electronic delivery or we are unable to deliver impacted mailings electronically, we will seek to ensure physical mail delivery of all international mailings promptly after the resumption of regular mail service for each impacted country.