- Open Architecture. Voya is one of only a few target date providers to employ a multi-manager approach and has over 10 years of experience working within an open architecture framework. This approach offers diversity of thought and process from world class asset managers.
- Blend of Active & Passive. This suite combines active and passive management recognizing that the alpha opportunity differs across asset classes and not constant over market cycles. This approach allows this suite to realize the alpha potential of institutional asset managers within an attractive fee structure.
- Broad Diversification. This suite invests in a broad range of traditional and non-traditional asset classes to help manage risks through all phases of the market cycle.
- Participant-Centric Glide Path. The glide path is designed to maximize wealth accumulation early in a participant’s career and reduce equity in the years immediately before retirement when participants are the most vulnerable to a market downturn.
Performance data for this strategy is not available at this time.
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Paul Zemsky, CFA
Chief Investment Officer, Multi-Asset Strategies and Solutions
Years of Experience: 14
Paul Zemsky is the chief investment officer and founder of the Multi-Asset Strategies and Solutions Team (MASS) at Voya Investment Management. He is responsible for the firm’s suite of value-added, customized and off-the-shelf products and solutions that are supported by the team’s asset allocation, manager research, quantitative research, portfolio implementation and multi-manager capabilities. Prior to joining the firm, he co-founded CaliberOne Private Funds Management, a macro hedge fund. Paul began his career at JPMorgan Investment Management, where he held a number of key positions, including head of investments for over $300 Billion of Fixed Income assets. Paul is a member of the firm’s Management Committee and a board member of Pomona Capital. He holds a dual degree in finance and electrical engineering from the Management and Technology Program at the University of Pennsylvania and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation.
Halvard Kvaale, CIMA
Head of Manager Research and Selection
Years of Experience: 7
Halvard Kvaale is head of manager research and selection for Multi-Asset Strategies and Solutions (MASS) at Voya Investment Management. In this role he is responsible for manager selection and oversight of Voya mutual funds, manager selection and portfolio construction for MASS multi-asset portfolios and selection and oversight for the Voya General Account alternative investment portfolio. Prior to joining Voya in 2012, Halvard was managing director and head of the Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Consulting Group’s portfolio advisory services group. In this role, he was responsible for the management of the firm’s discretionary programs within Morgan Stanley Smith Barney overseeing more than $26 billion in client assets. Upon joining Morgan Stanley, he served as the head of global advisor research in the consulting services group overseeing the research and due diligence of third party investment managers globally. Previously, he served as the head of global manager research and fee-based advisory solutions at Deutsche Bank, and at Prudential Investments he managed the third party consulting programs, ran the investment management analysis unit and the senior consulting group. Halvard graduated from the Norwegian School of Management with an MS in general business, and graduated Summa Cum Laude with an MS in investing from San Francisco State University. Halvard holds a Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA) designation from the Wharton School of Business.
The Target Solution Trust principal risks are generally those attributable to investing in stocks, bonds and related derivative instruments. Target Solution Trust holdings are subject to market, issuer and other risks, and their values may fluctuate. Market risk is the risk that securities or other instruments may decline in value due to factors affecting the securities markets or particular industries. Issuer risk is the risk that the value of a security or instrument may decline for reasons specific to the issuer, such as changes in its financial condition. Additionally, the concentration of Target Solution Trust holdings may lead to high volatility and tracking error relative to the benchmark. Furthermore, there is the risk that needed hedges may not always be available in the derivatives markets or available at attractive prices. In addition, because each Target Solution Trust is exposed to underlying collective funds, the performance of these investment vehicles will have a substantial impact on the Target Solution Trust’s overall performance, and such investment vehicles may have unique risks based on their strategy and operations. Certain underlying investment vehicles may not offer daily liquidity. The Target Solution Trust may also incur fees attributable to such underlying pooled investment vehicles. In some situations, fees paid from these investment vehicles to affiliates of the Trustee may be offset or rebated vis-à-vis the Trust or its investors.
There is no guarantee that any investment option will achieve its stated objective. Principal value fluctuates and there is no guarantee of value at any time, including the target date. The "target date" is the approximate date when an investor plans to start withdrawing their money. When the target date is reached, the investor may have more or less than the original amount invested. For each target-date portfolio, until the day prior to its target date, the portfolio will seek to provide total returns consistent with an asset allocation targeted for an investor who is retiring in approximately each portfolio’s designated target year. On the target date, the portfolio will seek to provide a combination of total return and stability of principal.