NAIC Report: AAM Ranked in the Top 2 for New Client Growth
May 21, 2015
The NAIC Capital Markets Bureau, a publication sponsored by the NAIC’s Center for Insurance Policy & Research, released a report which reviewed growth trends in the insurance asset management industry. AAM is pleased to announce that the firm was ranked in the top 2 for new mandates from insurers. AAM President, John Schaefer, cited reasons for strong new client activity including “[AAM’s] focus on delivering exceptional client service, a nimble and broad investment platform, and continuing to expand our insurance asset & liability tools to assist with investment allocation decisions.”
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Asset Allocation & Management Company, L.L.C. (AAM) is a Chicago-based insurance asset manager founded in 1982. The company manages $17.0 billion of insurance company assets and specializes in customized investments that fit each client’s objectives and requirements for yield, total return, risk and tax exposure. The firm offers specialty services such as accounting, tax modeling and enterprise risk management.
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