Our approach

We seek to provide our clients with simple solutions to meet their increasingly complex investment needs. We focus on markets and managers rather than individual stocks or bonds; this approach enables us to build multi-asset portfolios to meet a range of client objectives.

  • Comprehensive set of capabilities covering benchmark-orientated, liability-related and absolute-return strategies
  • Proprietary credit-research model helps avoid losers as well as identify winners
  • Global reach with experienced teams around the world
  • Security focus on value relative to fundamental quality
  • Emphasis on risk oversight to reduce losses
  • Our long-standing Asian presence supports insight into emerging markets

Capabilities in focus

Diversified Multi-Asset

Multi-asset strategies can provide valuable diversification to investors’ portfolios by investing in a broad spectrum of asset classes. These can include traditional portfolio staples such as equities, bonds and property, but also alternatives such as absolute return, private equity and emerging-market debt. To obtain further diversification, these strategies can include less well-known alternatives, including aircraft leasing, peer-to-peer lending and renewable infrastructure.

Absolute Return

Absolute-return strategies aim to deliver positive returns regardless of market conditions. They may do this by investing in a wide range of asset classes and by employing unconventional investment approaches such as short-selling, whereby shares in a company are borrowed rather than bought, then sold with the aim of buying them back more cheaply when the price has fallen. Other approaches employed by an absolute-return fund may include arbitrage, derivatives, leverage and unconventional assets.


Before investing, investors should consider carefully the investment objective, risks, charges, and expenses of a fund. This and other important information is contained in the prospectus and KIID document. The information is intended to be of general interest only and should not be considered as an offer, investment recommendation or solicitation, to deal in the shares of any securities or financial instruments.