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  • Do Currency Managers Beat the Benchmark?
    Do Currency Managers Beat the Benchmark? Momtchil Pojarliev, PhD, CFA Recorded: Oct 19 2017 28 mins
    Currencies represent a significant source of risk for institutional investors. And as these investors are evaluating the choices to address foreign currency exposure, they struggle with the questions of if and how currency managers can add value.

    Please join us for this 30-minute Currency webcast, where our Deputy Head of Currencies - Momtchil Pojarliev, PhD, CFA - will present evidence that currency investing may be a consistent source of return that is measurable using various performance metrics similar to those in the traditional asset classes.

    Momtchil will also discuss why active currency management is expected to add value.
  • Fixed Income Quarterly Outlook - Q4 2017
    Fixed Income Quarterly Outlook - Q4 2017 Dominick DeAlto, Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income Recorded: Oct 5 2017 3 mins
    This video features our CIO of Fixed Income who provides a review of the third quarter and his outlook for the final quarter of the year.
  • Small Cap Investing in a Transforming World
    Small Cap Investing in a Transforming World Pam Hegarty, CFA and Eric McLaughlin, CFA Recorded: Sep 28 2017 31 mins
    As innovation continues to alter society, investors should be looking to identify companies with new business models that will drive change. Whether the company is delivering a new product or service, or enhancing an existing one, the investment opportunity can be very real. We believe the best way to unlock this potential is to focus on disruptive innovators. Companies that enable or adopt innovative technologies and business models will produce superior long term growth and returns on invested capital. Investing in these stocks should benefit our clients over a long investment horizon.

    In our conversation with Portfolio Manager Pamela Hegarty, CFA, we will focus this theme within the U.S. Small Cap strategy as we look to capture long-term trends by investing in companies on the fore-front of tomorrow’s economy.
  • How will China’s leadership change impact its investment landscape?
    How will China’s leadership change impact its investment landscape? Chi Lo and Caroline Yu Maurer Recorded: Sep 21 2017 32 mins
    China is expected to announce a new Standing Committee of the Politburo, or the core leadership of the government, at the upcoming 19th National Congress of the Communist Party to be held between 18 and 24 October. How will this significant political event impact the economic and investment outlook in China? How is China’s economic recovery today different from past cycles?

    In this 30-minute webcast with Chi Lo (our Senior Economist on China), and Caroline Yu Maurer (our Head of Greater China Equities), we will discuss China’s outlook, including:

    1.Will reform and deleveraging policies continue after China’s leadership reshuffle;
    2.Why can’t Beijing move faster to cut the country’s debt?
    3.How are China’s efforts to cut excess capacity progressing?
    4.Where are we in terms of China’s property downturn?
    5.Is China’s banking sector heading in the wrong direction?
    6.Chinese A-shares in the MSCI: What’s the big deal?
    7.What could be the domestic and external risks?
  • What we don’t see in China’s debt risk
    What we don’t see in China’s debt risk Chi Lo Recorded: Jul 12 2017 30 mins
    The amount of China’s debt, which is predominately bank loans, is not as
    excessive as the news headlines have painted. In this 30-minute webcast with Chi Lo, our Senior Economist on China,
    we will discuss China’s debt reduction, including:
    - How China has started tackling its debt problem through practical
    means;
    - Would a policy to swiftly cut China’s debt-to GDP ratio be implausible;
    - Has deleveraging moved up China’s policy priority list;
    - What could help solve China’s problem of capital misallocation; and
    - Is China’s excess capacity making its debt risk worse?
  • The Green Bonds Revolution
    The Green Bonds Revolution Felipe Gordillo Recorded: Jun 28 2017 52 mins
    The green bonds market has exploded in recent years from USD 20 billion in 2013 to more than 200 billion at the end of February this year - that’s 10 times growth in four years.*

    Green Bonds are bonds used to fund projects which benefit the environment or climate such as clean energy projects or developing brownfield sites.

    During this webcast our senior ESG analyst Felipe Gordillo will share his views on:

    • How the massive growth, improved liquidity and transparency in the green bonds market is making it easier for large investors to participate.
    • Why it’s still important to choose the correct issuers in this generally high quality market (around 80% are investment grade).
    • How Green bonds have shown reliably good performance for investors.
    • Our experience with investors in France (who have invested heavily in Green Bonds) and worldwide.
    • And finally how ‘emerging’ green bonds could boost future returns.
  • Income & Stability: The Case for Senior Secured Loans
    Income & Stability: The Case for Senior Secured Loans Vanessa Ritter, CFA, Head of Global Loans Recorded: Jun 15 2017 26 mins
    We are pleased to invite you to a 30-minute webcast with Vanessa Ritter, Head of Global Loans. Vanessa will discuss why global loans are interesting now – especially in this rising rate environment.

    Additional topics to be discussed include:
    - What are the core attributes of senior secured corporate loans;
    - Thoughts on outperforming inflation;
    - Best practices for managing default risk exposure;
    - Why should investors consider senior corporate loans now; and
    - What are the benefits of this strategy for institutional investors?
  • MBS Headlines – What Do They Mean, and How Should Investors Respond?
    MBS Headlines – What Do They Mean, and How Should Investors Respond? John Carey, Head of the Structured Securities Team Recorded: May 16 2017 29 mins
    Agency mortgage-backed securities (MBS) are guaranteed by the US government and provide a spread over Treasuries.  Their unique prepayment risk, provides investors with diversification benefits versus other fixed income asset classes.

    GSE reform and the US Federal Reserve’s balance sheet discussions have brought the sector to the front page recently.  In this 30 minute webcast John Carey, Head of the Structured Securities Team, will discuss his thoughts on how recent political and monetary policy developments will impact the agency MBS sector going forward.
  • Factor Investing for Fixed Income: Application and Advantages
    Factor Investing for Fixed Income: Application and Advantages Charles Cresteil and Olivier Laplenie Recorded: Apr 26 2017 43 mins
    In this webcast we will cover a detailed look at how our fixed income factor investing strategies can benefit institutional investors looking for yield without taking additional duration, credit or liquidity risk. In particular we will focus on a long/short factor-based approach to government bonds.

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