Central banks and sovereign institutions

We have a global presence and breadth of expertise and manage nearly USD 90 billion for sovereign clients worldwide. Our clients include central banks, government investment agencies, and supranational and government-sponsored entities.

Resources for sovereign clients

We offer forums, educational programs, and targeted thought leadership for clients seeking to grow their knowledge of equity and fixed income markets, derivatives, asset allocation strategies, and risk-management practices.

Our private and independent ownership model appeals to investors who place a high priority on confidentiality, while our focus on investment management helps align our goals with those of our clients more closely.

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<span>Top of Mind</span> Never assume and other tips for 2021
Multi-Asset Strategist Adam Berger stress tests the consensus views on four key issues: rising interest rates, high equity valuations, US market leadership, and the impact of slower globalization on China's growth.
February 2021
Top of Mind Never assume and other tips for 2021
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Mission critical: The vital role of alternatives in pursuing investment success
Multi-Asset Strategist Cara Lafond considers three alternatives ideas for the current environment, including private equity vintages that coincide with market downturns; long/short directional strategies that may aid the pursuit of stability across the cycle; and long/short risk-mitigating strategies that complement other diversifiers.
February 2021
Mission critical: The vital role of alternatives in pursuing investment success
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Power move: Why electric utilities may be the key to the energy transition
As the world consumes more electricity from renewable energy sources, the global power grid will need to be modernized. While renewables like wind and solar have attracted much of the attention from investors looking to play the energy transition, electric networks utilities may offer more upside today.
February 2021
Power move: Why electric utilities may be the key to the energy transition
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Monthly Market Snapshot: January 2021
A monthly update on equity, fixed income, currency, and commodity markets.
February 2021
Monthly Market Snapshot: January 2021
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Cookie cutter or custom? Rethinking fixed income in DC plans
A custom, multi-manager solution may provide some compelling benefits and enable DC plan sponsors to take their fixed income offering to the next level for plan participants.
February 2021
Cookie cutter or custom? Rethinking fixed income in DC plans
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From globalization to a “zero-sum” game
Globalization has increasingly begun to backpedal amid rising populism and a renewed emphasis on global competition over cooperation. Fixed Income Portfolio Manager John Soukas and Investment Director Chris Doherty discuss the implications and the role of active management in this shifting landscape.
February 2021
From globalization to a “zero-sum” game
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Three reasons for quality as a complement to value
Learn why we believe a quality allocation has the potential to offer diversification, to avoid unintended sector biases, and to help mitigate downside risks.
January 2021
Three reasons for quality as a complement to value
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Rewriting the recovery playbook
Multi-Asset Strategist Nick Samouilhan and Investment Directors Andrew Sharp-Paul and Matthew Bullock outline a proposed new playbook for navigating an economic recovery unlike any other.
January 2021
Rewriting the recovery playbook
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