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Long-Term Investing Strategies In Private Wealth Management

This paper argues that improved long-term investing strategies can be designed for private wealth management. These dynamic allocation strategies exploit the presence of mean-reversion in interest ...

Author(s) :

Noël Amenc, Romain Deguest, Lionel Martellini, Vincent Milhau

Summary :

This paper argues that improved long-term investing strategies can be designed for private wealth management. These dynamic allocation strategies exploit the presence of mean-reversion in interest rates, equity Sharpe ratio and equity volatility. The resulting asset allocation strategy is based on an industrialisation of three key paradigms that have recently emerged in institutional money management: liability-driven investing (LDI), for taking into account private clients’ consumption objectives, life-cycle investing (LCI), for taking into account private clients’ horizon, and risk-control investing (RCI), for taking into account private clients’ risk budgets. Our Monte Carlo experiments reveal a substantial benefit in terms of utility gains from using improved long-term investing strategies over existing industry standards. 

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Type : Working paper
Date : 12/07/2012
Keywords :

ALM and Asset Management