Inflation and Investing in Real Assets
PGIM experts explore how real assets can insulate institutional portfolios and serve as a hedge against inflation.
President Joe Biden stepped into office with an ambitious – and urgent – agenda. First on that list was arresting the spread of the COVID-19 virus, in part through an aggressive rollout of the national vaccination program. What’s more, President Biden’s plate is full of a host of other intractable issues; climate change is now top of mind for nearly all global institutional investors, and the president is also the driving force behind a massive new infrastructure program.
In this installment of our AsiaPac Forum, PGIM brought together experts to discuss, debate and dissect the first 100 days of the Biden administration and talk about what it all means for institutional investors, including its accomplishments, the ongoing challenges, and some surprises. Our panel also touched on: