PineBridge Global Dynamic Asset Allocation Strategy Receives Institutional Investor Award
Agam Sharma, Multi-Asset Specialist, Deanne Nezas, Head of Institutional Multi-Asset, and Paul Mazzacano, Head of Investment Manager Research, accept their award from the gala’s emcee, CNBC’s Tyler Mathisen.
The PineBridge Global Dynamic Asset Allocation Strategy was named the top 2015 U.S. Investment Manager within the Balanced/Global Tactical Asset Allocation category by Institutional Investor.1
Institutional Investor's U.S. Investment Management Awards recognize U.S. institutional investors whose innovative strategies and fiduciary savvy resulted in impressive returns, as well as U.S. money managers in 36 asset classes who stood out in the eyes of the investor community for their exceptional performance, risk management and service.
Michael J. Kelly, CFA, Head of Global Multi-Asset at PineBridge said, “Our team is honored to receive this award for an increasingly critical category. We benefit from the members of PineBridge’s global multi-asset ecosystem and thank them for the teamwork and collaboration that has powered our platform and enabled this recognition. Multi-Asset has evolved towards a total return with far more sophisticated risk management techniques and has spearheaded many innovations. The next challenge will be helping clients navigate the lower nominal return environment that lies ahead."
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1Institutional Investor 2015 U.S. Investment Management award methodology: a short-list of top performing managers were identified by Institutional Investor's editorial and research teams in consultation with eVestment’s research team. Analysis factors included 1-, 3- and 5-year performance, Sharpe ratio, information ratio, standard deviation and upside market capture, the same factors used by institutional investors in their own manager searches. More than 1000 leading U.S. pension plans, foundations, endowments and other institutional investors are surveyed and asked to vote for up to three of the top performing managers in each strategy in which they invested during the past year.