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Capital Allocators with Ted Seides podcast featuring Co-head Private Investments, Michael Carmen
Our dedicated team of investors continues to see compelling investment potential in private markets. Listen to this episode of the Capital Allocators with Ted Seides podcast to hear Wellington’s Co-Head of Private Investments Michael Carmen share his journey from public to private markets, detail his investment philosophy, and highlight what sets Wellington apart in this space.
Catch Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson on the Hartford Funds podcast
Global Investment and Multi-Asset Strategist Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson recently joined the Hartford Funds podcast, sharing her views on the global economy and outlining risks and opportunities for investors. Nanette also spoke about her passion for mental health — a cause she devotes personal time to in her capacity as a member of the board for the Brookline Community Mental Health Center in Brookline, Massachusetts. Watch the replay here.
The Business Times | Banking on healthcare innovation
Health care continues to be a major secular theme thanks to ageing populations globally, innovation and rising affluence increasing demand for quality care. In a recent roundtable with The Business Times, three experts — including Wellington’s Alistair MacDonald — share their views on the market forces driving investments in health care, scientific and technological breakthroughs and the key risks facing the sector.
Source: The Business Times
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The Wall Street Journal News Exclusive: Wellington Banks at Least $2.6 Billion for Growth Investment Strategy
Co-Head, Private Investments Michael Carmen and Sector Lead, Consumer & Technology, Matt Witheiler spoke with the Wall Street Journal to disucss the recent oversubscribed $2.6 billion final close of late-stage growth fund, Hadley Harbor IV and how Wellington is supplying capital to transformative businesses enabling them to scale from the private to the public market.
Source: WSJ Pro Private Equity
Wellington Management closes fourth late-stage private fund, exceeding $2.5 billion target
WSJ Pro Venture Capital: Wellington Management Raises US$476 Million for Second Biotech Venture Fund
Co-heads of biotech private investments I-hung Shih and Nilesh Kumar spoke with the Wall Street Journal to discuss the recent US$476M final close of Biomedical Innovation Fund II and how Wellington is a “one-stop shop” for the next generation of innovative biotech companies.
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Citywire Amplify | Alts Insider: Wellington’s plan to push beyond one-way markets
Mark Sullivan and Shanna O’Reilly discuss with Citywire our history investing in alternatives across four decades. Learn more about alternatives investing at Wellington, where we see opportunities in the years ahead, and what sets us apart.
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Wellington awarded Febelfin ‘Towards Sustainability’ label.
Camiel de Vries, Head of Benelux says: “We are delighted to announce that three Wellington UCITS funds have achieved the Febelfin Towards Sustainability Ecolabels. The initiative aims to help all types of retail and institutional investors looking for more sustainable savings and investment solutions. This recognition will play an important role as we grow in the Belgian wealth channel.
Environmental Finance Impact Awards 2022 – Fund of the year, listed equity
We are proud to announce that the Wellington Global Impact Fund was named “Fund of the year – listed equity” at the recent Environmental Finance 2022 Impact Awards. Across our impact platform, we are committed to setting a high bar for materiality, additionality, and measurability.
For professional or institutional investors only. The award may not be representative of any one client's experience. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Wellington did not pay a fee to be considered. Award sponsor: Environmental Finance Award; Time period: December 2021 – December 2022.
Institutional Investor | Every Asset Manager Wants More Alts. Here’s How Wellington Is Achieving It.
In a recent interview with Institutional Investor, Wellington’s Mark Sullivan shares his take on how alternatives could be an important investment strategy for investors dealing with inflation and geopolitical uncertainty.
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We are proud to announce that last October, Wellington Management was awarded in three categories at the 2022 Citywire Spain Awards, a ceremony hosted in Madrid in which they honor the year's best fund managers and asset management companies for their risk-adjusted returns.
Wellington was named for:
The 2022 Citywire Spain Awards was judged based on an assessment of a few accounts managed by Wellington Management; therefore, it is not to be representative of any individual account or Fund. Wellington Management did not pay a fee to be considered for the award. Winners were selected by a points-based scoring system of a large panel of industry experts and institutional investors active in the market.
The award is not indicative of Wellington Management’s future performance and should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement.
Past performance does not predict future returns. An investment can lose value.
50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds
We are pleased to announce that Portfolio Manager Irene Tse and Director of Alternatives, Americas, May Yu were recently recognized as two of The Hedge Fund Journal's "50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds."
Wellington paid a sponsorship fee to be considered for this list. Editors of The Hedge Fund Journal selected 50 women to feature in their publication based on the biographies of the individuals. Inclusion in this publication is not indicative of Wellington Management’s performance and this does not represent a recommendation to buy or invest in any securities.
For more on Irene, view the full article here.
For more on May, view the full article here.
The Business Times | Fintech’s transformative power
In a recent roundtable with The Business Times, 3 experts — including Wellington’s Matt Lipton — share their views of the major fintech themes for the short and long term, and principles that will help investors sift for potential winners.
Source: The Business Times
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We are proud to receive this award for our continued work to enhance the ability to assess material financial risks of climate change. The advisor did not pay a fee to be considered. Winners were selected by submitting an application, and Wellington was the only winner in the category. The award is not representative of any one client’s experience nor indicative of Wellington’s future performance.
The advisor did not pay a fee to be considered. Winners were selected by submitting a written application, and Wellington Management was the only winner in the ESG innovation of the year (research) category. The award may not be representative of any one client’s experience. The award is not indicative of Wellington Management’s future performance. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Award date and time period: July 2022; July 2021-July 2022
In this photo essay from the Wall Street Journal, 15 CEOs — including Wellington’s incoming CEO Jean Hynes — share how and where they’ve been working during the pandemic, and offer some lessons learned during this unprecedented time.
We are pleased to announce Wellington’s Global Health Care team have won a 2021 Lipper Fund Award within the Germany Fund Awards – Equity Sector Healthcare category.
These awards have been running for more than three decades, recognising funds and fund management firms for consistently strong risk-adjusted three-, five- and 10-year performance relative to their peers. Based on Lipper’s quantitative, proprietary methodology, the awards reflect a truly independent and uncompromised assessment of fund performance.
Capital at risk. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Awards should not be considered a recommendation. Data being linked to is that of a third party. No assurance is being provided as to its accuracy or completeness.
The Refinitiv Lipper Awards are based on the Lipper Leader for Consistent Return rating, which is a risk-adjusted performance measure calculated over 36, 60 and 120 months, Lipper Leaders fund ratings do not constitute and are not intended to constitute investment advice or an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any security of any entity in any jurisdiction. For more information, see lipperfundawards.com .
We are pleased to announce that Portfolio Managers Ann Gallo and Arancha Cano were recently recognized as two of The Hedge Fund Journal’s ”50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds.” For more on Ann and Arancha, view the full article here.
Wellington Management did not pay a fee to be considered. Editors of Hedge Fund Journal selected 50 women to feature in their publication based on the biographies of the individuals. Inclusion in this publication is not indicative of Wellington Management’s past or future performance.
The Boston Globe published an article, in late October, featuring Jean Hynes, titled “Wellington appoints its first female CEO, still a rarity in the fund management world.” In the article, Jean shares her vision for the future of our firm — including a deliberate approach to diversity and inclusion and a focus on private equity, sustainable investing, and climate change initiatives.
We are pleased to announce Wellington Management have won two categories in the 2020 Refinitiv Lipper Fund Awards.
These awards have been running for 30 years, recognising funds and fund management firms for consistently strong risk-adjusted performance relative to peers over three, five and 10 years. Winners are calculated using a combination of Refinitiv data and quantitative analysis by Lipper’s internal analysts.
Capital at risk. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Awards should not be considered a recommendation. Data being linked to is that of a third party. No assurance is being provided as to its accuracy or completeness. The Refinitiv Lipper Awards are based on the Lipper Leader for Consistent Return rating, which is a risk-adjusted performance measure calculated over 36, 60 and 120 months. Lipper Leaders fund ratings do not constitute and are not intended to constitute investment advice or an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any security of any entity in any jurisdiction. For more information, see lipperfundawards.com.
Wellington Management is pleased to have won the 2020 Investment Innovation of the Year award from Insurance Asset Risk. Climate risk is a key topic for global insurance companies, and this award highlights our commitment to climate science and our research partnership with Woods Hole Research Center, the world’s leading independent climate science institute.
For professional or institutional investors only. The award may not be representative of any one client’s experience. The award is not indicative of Wellington Management’s future performance. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Simon Henry, portfolio manager of Wellington EM Development Fund, highlights the findings of a recent grassroots research trip to India where he participated in consumer interviews and focus group discussions to identify important investable themes. – Sponsored content
Insurance Fixed Income Portfolio Managers Alyssa Irving and Elizabeth Kleinerman were recently featured as part of Reactions magazine’s Women’s Leadership Forum 2019. Alyssa and Liz reflect on valuable personal and professional advice they have received throughout their careers and provide insightful lessons learned both inside and outside of Wellington. – Sponsored content
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