Global Wealth Investment Playbook

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The Global Wealth Investment Playbook is a quarterly chart book and webcast series. The Playbook provides data-driven insights into the current macroeconomic environment, asset allocation trends, and the impact that alternative investments can have in your client portfolios.

In her role as Chief Investment Strategist for global private wealth, Paula Campbell Roberts will share key investment themes each quarter. The Q4 Global Wealth Investment Playbook explores the role that alternatives can play in achieving objectives given the complex dynamics impacting asset allocation and risk management today. Our goal is to deliver actionable insights to both enhance your investment expertise as well as to add value to your client relationships.

You can explore highlights from this quarter’s Global Wealth Investment Playbook below. You can also subscribe to receive the latest highlights in your inbox each quarter.



Four tectonic shifts

We believe the pandemic has catalyzed four tectonic shifts that have profound implications for investing


The new investing environment

The new investing environment consists of a new macro regime, implications for asset allocation, and opportunities in real assets


The increasing importance of alternatives

Going forward, traditional asset classes may be insufficient to achieve return goals


Portfolio tilts to achieve investor objectives

Relative to the traditional 60/40 Portfolio, investors can tilt asset class exposure to achieve objectives


Alternatives enhanced framework for wealth

Alternative Asset Classes Have Historically Helped Investors Generate Income, Preserve Capital, And Boost Returns


Why now?

Now may be the opportune time as leaning into dislocation has served investors well historically


The right entry point is important

Determining the right entry point is important. Valuations for alternatives have reset more than Large Cap Equities, which has created opportunities.