Three ways OCIOs can offer help to endowments under siege right now

Published By: Manulife Investment Management | 10/11/2020

The pressing problem for endowments today is how to meet spending policy requirements given:
• Volatile markets
• Low yields
• Muted expected returns

Our global head of OCIO and fiduciary solutions shares three potential ways to balance preservation, income, and growth goals.

Eric S. Menzer, CFA, CAIA, AIF
Global Head of OCIO and Fiduciary Solutions, Manulife Investment Management

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Zoom In The Workplace

Published By: benefits and pensions monitor | November 26, 2020

Since the beginning of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic on March 11, many employees have been working from home. In fact, Zoom Video Communications reports, this situation led to an explosion from 10 million to over 200 million daily participants within three months. (Source). However, in the Zoom workplace era, managers will need to start rethinking the idea of mental illness as a result of the environment people are now working in, says Ben Aston, an online media entrepreneur and founder of Black + White Zebra, in the article ‘When Zoom Is The Workplace: Facts About Remote Work And Mental Health.’

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