Diversification in the investment portfolio is an important way for the Corporate Board to manage and minimize risks facing the Plan. This results in investing in different asset classes, some more liquid than others, with some investments made specifically to manage certain risks like interest rate or inflation risks.

The Corporate Board follows a careful diversification policy to reduce exposure to any single investment risk and stabilize investment returns for the total fund. 

This diversification policy leads to an asset allocation that is broadly diversified by:

  • Asset classes
  • Countries
  • Issuers and credits
  • Individual securities
  • Currencies
  • Investment products and managers

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