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Risk Mitigating Strategies| Diversifiers
Risk Mitigating Strategies (RMS) is a strategic investment framework designed to provide investors diversification relative to the single largest risk factor in most portfolios: equity risk.

In part four of this webinar series, members of Meketa’s Marketable Alternatives research team, Zachary Driscoll and Jason Josephiac, will provide an overview of one of the three main building blocks of RMS, Diversifiers, which are meant to provide uncorrelated returns to stabilize 1st and 2nd responders (or lines of protection in an equity drawdown and/or market shocks across or within multiple asset classes). Given the headwinds facing investors in this current market environment, as well as the potential likelihood of future outcomes being more widely disperse, exposure to RMS may be an attractive allocation for investors’ portfolios.


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