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SAS Group

Strategic Asset Allocation & Solutions Group, New York Life Investment Management

NYLIM’s Strategic Asset Allocation & Solutions (SAS) Group invests tactically across the full span of global capital markets, designing comprehensive solutions for a variety of client needs. Managed assets include MainStay Asset Allocation and Retirement Funds, mandates for third parties, and a customized strategy for the New York Life General Account. The team often utilizes a multi-manager framework and has developed a proven track record in selecting and combining subadvisors. SAS also has expertise in using alternative strategies within the context of comprehensive investment solutions.

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