Canadian DC - Is there a default default?
Many Canadian plan sponsors are re-evaluating their DC plans’ default funds, seeking strategies more likely to generate robust retirement outcomes. Under consideration are balanced funds utilising static asset allocation and target date funds with fixed glide paths, both of which offer substantial improvements on the status quo. However, we argue in this paper that both approaches introduce structural failings meaning their outcomes are still likely to fall short of what is actually needed by members.
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