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Behind every innovative solution, every groundbreaking new idea, is a person who analyzed things in a different way. Our investors are encouraged to explore new ideas independently — looking at every opportunity from multiple angles and sharing their insights every day.
These are our Unique Perspectives.
Will emerging Asia leapfrog the energy transition?
Decarbonizing while maintaining economic growth presents tremendous challenges for developing countries in Asia. Is technological innovation the solution?
Navigating the opportunities and challenges of the energy transition
Two of our climate- and energy-focused investment professionals discuss what the low-carbon transition may look like and how investors can think about the challenges and opportunities it represents.
Asia Tech: Building the technology for everything, everywhere, all at once
Yash Patodia articulates the investment opportunities within generative AI and mixed reality - two themes that are supercharging the tech industry. He outlines how Asia is the bedrock of the innovation and where he believes the world’s future growth will be.
A theme is not an index
Portfolio Manager Dáire Dunne and Investment Director Andrew Sharp-Paul discuss the case for active thematic investing and highlight the importance of avoiding so-called "theme-washing."
Trends and transformation: Ideas for the year ahead
Explore our latest views on risks and opportunities across the global capital markets as we look ahead to the second half of 2023.
Global Economic Outlook
Our macro strategists continue to expect that the interlinkages between countries, central bank policies, and market pricing will change, creating potentially attractive opportunities for active portfolio management and security selection.
Macro implications of the AI revolution: is the market right?
Macro Strategist John Butler sets out an initial framework to help answer key questions about the potential macro impact of artificial intelligence.
Securitized debt: Strategies for navigating emerging cracks in consumers’ financial health
Our expert highlights reasons for deteriorating consumer financial health and explores strategies for mitigating risk in securitized asset-backed securities.
Growth efficiency: The new venture capital regime
Frederik Groce, Deal Lead for Wellington Access Ventures, explores how the 'growth-at-any-cost' venture capital regime has shifted to a focus on growth efficiency, highlighting two key metrics for companies to keep top of mind.
You snooze, you may lose: The case for bonds
There are signs the Federal Reserve's rate-hiking cycle may be nearing an end, but some uncertainty remains. With that in mind, Multi-Asset Strategist Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson considers the timing of a move from cash to bonds.
Investing at the biopharma frontier
Rebecca Sykes details groundbreaking innovations happening today in the biopharmaceutical industry. She explains key advancements and the investment landscape for therapies targeting diabetes, cancer, and Alzheimer's disease, three of the deadliest and most expensive diseases facing the world today.
Climate mapping in action: Investment case studies
We describe our Climate Exposure Risk Application (CERA), which can help our investment teams visualize and quantify physical climate risks.
Soft or hard landing, bonds can offer compelling value
Against a backdrop of macroeconomic uncertainty, elevated bond market volatility and a higher-for-longer policy rate narrative, we asked portfolio manager Connor Fitzgerald to share his views on the outlook and how he is positioning bond portfolios to add value in the current environment.
Private investing portfolio company interview with AMP Robotics CEO
Dr. Matanya Horowitz, CEO of AMP Robotics, highlights how the company integrates AI and robotics into the recycling industry and explores the “actionable guidance” Wellington provides on ESG and other strategic issues.
Deglobalisation and divergence: opportunity or threat?
John Butler and Supriya Menon discuss the drivers underpinning growing macroeconomic divergence and deglobalisation and what it may mean for asset allocators.