Putnam Pioneers Risk-Adjusted Investment Strategy


BOSTON--In an attempt to maximize shareholder value, Putnam Investments has reengineered its risk management strategy by requiring its portfolio managers to use risk-adjusted returns as a benchmark, as opposed to a pure performance index that does not include risk. The method, which is now being looked at industrywide, allows portfolio managers to incorporate risk and asset/liability factors into their investment valuations--a move that could eventually permit treasurers and chief financial

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