target allocation

Related to target allocation: Tactical asset allocation

target allocation

In air defense, the process, following weapon assignment, of allocating a particular target or area to a specific surface-to-air missile unit or interceptor aircraft.
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1 percent of total assets, while their average target allocation rose from 6.
1 per cent of total assets, while their average target allocation rose from 6.
Average target allocation to real estate among global institutional investors will hit 10.
Modern portfolio theory is similar; you spread your assets into your target allocation, filling each asset "cube" to suit.
The target allocation between fresh trainings and RPL will be flexible and interchangeable depending on functional and operational requirements.
The Index's current target allocation is 36% equity, 9% fixed income, 51% liquid alternatives and 4% liquidity/cash.
Three months before the end of 2014, Saraya Bandar Jissah had already achieved its 2014 target allocation and moved on to their 2015 sales objective.
Japan's public retirement-savings manager more than doubled its target allocation for equities in October, while Thailand's biggest government pension fund said in January it's seeking approval to reduce sovereign debt holdings.
Dubai: Private equity industry is leading the investor exposure to alternate asset classes with two in five limited partners (LPs) planning an increased target allocation to the asset class in the next twelve months, according to Coller Capital's latest Global Private Equity Barometer.
But new tables show NHS Greater Huddersfield CCG is now operating 6% above its target allocation for 2014/15 - a total of PS66 per head.
According to CBRE, the average target allocation to real estate by global SWFs is 7.
For example, institutions have increased their adoption of ETFs as a tool for target allocation management and tactical opportunities.
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