William Blair Investment Management

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  • Our Journey to a Sustainable Future download

    White papers 4 April 2019

    As investors and advisors who focus on our clients’ long-term success, sustainability is central to how we assess the risks and opportunities facing our clients.

  • Antecedent Analysis: Navigating A Troop of Gorillas download

    White papers 19 December 2018

    With the birth of the so-called “Greenspan Put,” the 800-pound gorilla of U.S. monetary policy unleashed itself on capital markets. Today, there is not just one 800-pound gorilla harassing capital markets; there is a troop of gorillas.

  • Holding Active Management to a Higher Standard download

    White papers 19 February 2018

    Data points cannot come close to telling the full story of William Blair’s approach to active management; our story is one defined by our constant evolution.

  • Global Market Outlook for 2018: An End or a Beginning? download

    White papers 10 January 2018

    2017 was a particularly strong year, with broad growth and low inflation creating an almost perfect environment for equity investors.

  • What Happens When FedTrade Ends? download

    White papers 22 February 2017

    While most Fed watchers are focused on the federal funds rate, a more interesting topic may be the so-called FedTrade, which is keeping certain agency mortgage-backed securities’ risk spreads at artificially low levels.

  • U.S. Election Cycle Ends With a Bang download

    White papers 10 November 2016

    With an early morning concession call to Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton brought to a close an election cycle unlike any in recent memory.

  • Investment Implications of the U.S. Elections download

    White papers 28 October 2016

    In this commentary, we use game theory to scrutinize the strategic interactions of the parties involved in the upcoming U.S. elections and analyze the investment implications of a win by either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.