Chief Investment Officer is pleased to present our latest Thought Leadership Round-Up newsletter featuring content from thought leaders in the industry.
|The Power of Portfolio Flexibility|
Many investment managers apply strict portfolio constraints under the guise of risk management best practices. This paper examines the costs of those investment constraints and how an unconstrained investment approach can be key in generating long-term excess returns.
|Sponsored by Invesco|
|2020 survival guide to elections, hidden risks, and secular themes|
Multi-asset Strategist Adam Berger conducts research for public plans and other total-return-oriented investors, with a focus on asset allocation themes and investment policy issues. Each quarter he highlights his work in his “Top of Mind” publication.
|Sponsored by Wellington Management|
|The Great Debate: Generalist v. Specialist v. Hybrid? CIO’s Sound Off On The Best Investment Team Models|
Among many other things, Chief Investment Officers are responsible for creating a culture that attracts and retains world-class investment talent for their teams. One way to differentiate themselves has been to innovate on the traditional “specialist” or “superstar” investment team model where investment team members own a particular asset class. Recent years have seen the rise of a “generalist” model where investment officers research and invest across all asset classes. Some CIOs have even created “hybrid” models where they attempt to gain the best of both worlds.
|Sponsored by BackStop Solutions|