To address investor demands unique to each market cycle, the PineBridge Multi-Asset team draws on the firm’s strength, breadth, and depth across global markets and asset classes through an integrated approach.
Our multi-asset specialists seek to deliver total return by dynamically adjusting allocations across the investment landscape to yield better investment outcomes. Our strategy is based on a forward-looking, intermediate-term horizon and synthesizes top-down views with fundamental research.
We aim to be positioned in the right markets at the right time – no matter where markets are in the business cycle. Our integrated approach allows us to connect our clients to the most compelling opportunities.
We adjust allocations to changing market conditions and risk/return dynamics
We believe prices tend to converge with fundamentals within nine to 18 months
Our diverse global team has experience maneuvering through ever-changing market conditions
Our team manages US$17.2 billion1 in comprehensive and globally diversified asset allocation offerings for a broad range of sophisticated investors and across multiple vehicles:
1Data as of 30 September 2022. Multi-Asset includes US$6.0 billion allocated opportunistically by the Multi-Asset team to PineBridge equity, fixed income and alternative strategies. Due to rounding totals are approximate.
Our innovative investment culture is built around diverse points of view, collaboration with colleagues, and partnerships with clients. This keeps us connected to the challenges investors face across and within markets.
Our network is crucial to enabling the synthesis of top-down and bottom-up perspectives that’s at the heart of how we develop ideas and construct our portfolios.
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Our approach is dynamic, allowing us to adjust to tap the unique opportunities of each market cycle by leveraging a disciplined investment process.
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Asset classes respond to change at the margin, therefore ESG improvement matters at least as much, if not more so, than state of being for portfolios and society at large.
While both parties can play a useful role, we believe engagement by owners is more effective in driving ESG improvement versus an exclusionary strategy.
The engagement bar is raised for companies exhibiting higher ESG risks. In allocating to passive, allocators take on incremental engagement responsibility.