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Our latest U.S. AUM and client data as of 12/31/2021 and our updated at-a-glance created for you.
# OF CLIENTS
|U.S. Defined Benefit||1981||14.9 years||82||$37.1 B||$620 M||$223 M|
|U.S. Defined Contribution||1982||17.7 years||26||$10.1 B||$643 M||$84 M|
|U.S. Non-Profit & Healthcare||1983||10.6 years||41||$26.2 B||$639 M||$120 M|
AUM and client counts as of 12/31/2021. *Not exclusive.
10x10 report with Cerulli Associates
What do you get when you bring together the perspectives of some of the world's largest and most successful asset owners and asset management firms?
You get an insightful conversation about their areas of greatest interest and topics of utmost concern - the themes that will shape institutional investing in the years to come. Whether the opinions of asset owners and asset managers align or contrast, the conversations highlight the complexity of the issues at hand and the value of collective wisdom in finding a way forward.
Read parts 1 and 2 in this 3-report series.
Part 1: Diversity & Inclusion
How is diversity and inclusion (D&I) success defined and how are asset owners achieving it? And how are investors evaluating asset managers for D&I?
Part 2: Climate Change Investing
Why is climate change a priority for some organizations and managers more than others? What is driving progress and innovation? What’s preventing it?
Part 3: Investors' Methods for Seeking Returns
What are asset managers and asset owners doing to generate alpha in a low-return environment? How large of a role will alternatives play in portfolios? What impact has downward fee pressure put on both asset manager and asset owners?
2022 global market outlook
The great moderation
We believe global growth will be slower in 2022 than 2021, but still above trend. Amid this backdrop, we think equities should outperform bonds. In addition, while inflation has yet to peak, we believe it will likely decline over the year. As a result, we expect any tightening by central banks in 2022 will be modest.
In the U.S., we believe maximum employment—or an unemployment rate of 4%—isn’t likely until the end of 2022. In our view, this means that Fed rate hikes are unlikely before 2023.
Previously featured articles
- Q3 2021: Responsible Investing roadmap
- Q2 2021: Client case study: Adding ESG to a DC plan menu
- Q1 2021: OCIO: Thinking like a fiduciary
- Q4 2020: Some do some, few do all
- Q3 2020: Non-profit spending options
- Q2 2020: What happened? An insomniac's guide to OCIO
- Q1 2020: Confessions of a former CIO: Aren't you already outsourced? (Part 2)
- Q4 2019: Confessions of a former CIO... on OCIO (Part 1)
- Q3 2019: The fee challenge
We receive many awards, but the greatest recognition is a satisfied client.
2020 OCIO of the Year
Russell Investments was named the winner of "OCIO of the Year" at the 2020 Pension Bridge Institutional Asset Management Awards for providing exceptional OCIO services to our valued clients. Scoring criteria for this category included our successful implementation of our sustainable investment strategy for OCIO clients and our position as one of the world's largest OCIO providers. Agility, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Meketa Investment Group and SEI were other finalists competing for this award.
A Top Global Manager of OCIO Assets
For the 10th year in a row, Russell Investments was ranked as a top global manager of institutional outsourced assets in CIO Magazine's "Outsourced-Chief Investments Officer (OCIO) Survey," based on the AUM from its fully discretionary clients.
Notably, in CIO's "2021 OCIO Survey," which included 47 firms, Russell Investments placed among the top five global managers in Defined benefit, Healthcare, and 401(k), 403(b) or other DC outsourced assets.
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