In our views, investors are likely to face some significant challenges in 2019. They will need to think differently, be more precise in risk-budgeting, and work harder for risk-adjusted returns than they have done for the majority of the post-financial crisis period. Flexibility and staying nimble are likely to be important qualities as opportunities and dislocations ebb and flow both across and within asset classes.
Suni Harford, Head of Investments
Suni Harford, Head of Investments, reflects on the key themes from ‘Panorama: Investing in 2019’ and how investors should consider approaching the coming year.
She believes genuinely diversified risk premia should remain the bedrock of investors’ portfolios. The case for alternative assets remains compelling in the current market environment.
Evan Brown, Head of Macro Asset Allocation Strategy
Evan Brown, Head of Macro Asset Allocation Strategy, discusses expected shifts in the macroeconomic backdrop and the outlook for equities, fixed income, and EM and China assets.