APFC’s Board held a virtual workshop to review the long-term asset allocation plan for the Alaska Permanent Fund and the capital market projections provided by Callan, APFC’s general consultant.
Asset allocation is a primary component of a long-term, risk-adjusted return and is based on strategic decisions: return objective, risk appetite, liquidity need, and resources.
Angela Rodell, Chief Executive Officer, states that ‘this workshop provided an important foundation to understanding the Fund’s asset allocation and the impact of any changes. Changes to the portfolio are not made lightly, as the stability of the Alaska Permanent Fund is so vital to the stability of the State.
The Board of Trustees will consider any action to change the asset allocation at their next meeting, scheduled for May 19-20, 2021, in Juneau, Alaska.