Investment of Social Security Funds - Guideline 10. Investment assumptions
The investment assumptions used in determining the investment strategy of the social security institution are fit for purpose. These assumptions will include assumptions for return, risk and correlation, and other factors as appropriate. Assumptions are considered over a suitable time frame (typically long term) to ensure the output of any modelling is consistent with the time horizon of the mission and goals of the social security institution.
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