• Multi-Asset Solutions

    The Multi-Asset Solutions team provides a range of services to institutional clients around the world in the fields of portfolio management, asset allocation, asset liability management, portfolio construction and risk management.

    In addition to our objective-based Neutral Asset Allocation (NAA) modelling, we combine our risk management process with Dynamic Asset Allocation (DAA) capabilities to ensure that shorter-term market dynamics are taken into account to both reduce risk and increase alpha potential for our clients. We then implement our investment solutions in the form of tailored risk-managed, multi-asset mandates.

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  • Why multi-asset solutions?

    Multi-asset investing provides benefits typically not achievable by investing in a single asset class. Learn more from our experts about the benefits of multi-asset investing.

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  • Our approach

    We utilise an objective-based Neutral Asset Allocation (NAA) approach, overlaid with Dynamic Asset Allocation (DAA) capabilities, to help deliver clients’ investment objectives.

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  • Investment team

    Based in Singapore, Sydney and London, our team has a broad range of international experience and expertise in multi-asset investing.

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  • More insights

    Licence to lift

    Article  | 25 July 2017

    Our previous Neutral Asset Allocation (NAA) review took place in the immediate aftermath of the US Presidential election result. With so much coverage, the media and markets would be forgiven for experiencing election fatigue.

    Australian Budget: Resetting the debt narrative

    Article  | 10 May 2017

    In today's economic research note, we break down the headline budget numbers, summarise key policy initiatives and explore their implications for key asset classes.

    APRIL 2017 – A quarterly publication from the Economic and Market Research team

    Article  | 28 April 2017

    We are exploring the risks and opportunities developing in the UK and Europe. In the UK, the Brexit negotiations and the decision by Prime Minister May to call a snap election will be a clear focus for markets.