Harnessing our strength in research and investment expertise across asset classes and markets worldwide, to build robust multi-asset portfolios from traditional and non-traditional return sources that meet clients' outcomes.

Our Approach

Asset Allocation

Dynamic asset allocation is integral to successful multi-asset investing. We believe only rigorous quantitative research combined with fundamental expertise across all regions and markets can help identify superior return opportunities - and spot potential risks.

Proprietary Insights

We have an advanced set of proprietary multi-asset tools that help us identify sources of return and measure changing risks in a disciplined manner. We couple this quantitative understanding with fundamental views that are gathered from all regions and markets and use it to dynamically inform asset allocation to achieve the best risk-adjusted returns.

Robust Solutions

With over decades of experience in creating and implementing solutions across the full spectrum of asset classes, we have developed a broad set of capabilities to help us construct robust portfolios that integrate both traditional and non-traditional sources of durable return.


It takes a thoughtful, but dynamic, approach to design innovative multi-asset solutions that expand on the traditional and exploit the new. We seek to deliver superior investment outcomes by taking a holistic view across markets, risk premiums and alpha sources.

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Investment Range


Our range includes strategies that provide well-diversified access to asset classes across developed markets around the world.

Emerging Markets

Our depth of experience investing across the asset class spectrum helps us tap into the full diversity of the Emerging Market opportunity set.


Sharing research perspectives within and across asset classes and sectors provides a strategic advantage.

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As of 31 December 2024

The value of investments can fall as well as rise and investors may get back less than originally invested.