AllianceBernstein

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AllianceBernstein (AB) is a leading global investment-management firm that strives to anticipate and advance what’s next. A diverse group of clients, from institutional to retail investors, has entrusted us with managing US$549 billion in assets across the globe. With an extensive global footprint, our experts share ideas across disciplines, geographies, asset classes and sectors, to develop research advantages that make a difference to investing returns. AB employs 3,450 employees across 22 countries—from the US, to Europe, Asia and beyond—in 48 cities, as of 31 March 2018. Our experienced team includes 207 buy-side analysts and 142 portfolio managers. Highly skilled in-house research teams enable us to provide our clients with a strategic investment advantage built on over 50 years of experience investing in world markets. AB is a truly global asset-management and research firm with a unique combination of expertise, innovative solutions and global reach. We strive to provide global perspective and investment clarity, and to deliver better outcomes for investors.

Achieving Diverse Goals

It takes insightful, unbiased advice to help investors achieve diverse goals in complex markets. Working closely with our clients, we identify the best solutions in equities, fixed income, multi-asset and alternatives.

Making Connections Matters

We share perspectives across sectors, regions and asset classes, driving investment success. Our global analysts have diverse specialisations and collectively, they generate differentiated insights to help inform better investment decisions.

Experience Counts

Knowledge, judgment and conviction are critical in facing tomorrow’s challenges. Top industry talent and a strong financial foundation ensure that our firm has the expertise and flexibility to help clients in new ways.

A diverse group of clients, including institutions ranging from pension plans to local governments, has entrusted us with managing their assets. This diversity gives us a better understanding of what really matters to investors. Leveraging our extensive global footprint—built over four decades—we harness collective research insights to design, tailor and apply innovative strategies that help our clients stay ahead of tomorrow.

News from AllianceBernstein

  • Looking Forward, Looking Back: 10 Charts After 10 Years weblink

    Just over a decade ago, global markets began to recover from the biggest shock in postwar history. In these 10 charts, we aim to show how much has changed since then and how market conditions over the past decade may influence big changes that are beginning to unfold today.

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White Papers / Research from AllianceBernstein

  • China’s Great Wall of Worry: Myths vs. Realities download

    China’s rise as a preeminent economic power makes it impossible for globally minded investors to ignore. With the integration of China’s domestic-listed equities and bonds into major global indices, the potential of investing in the broad economy is increasingly opening to the world. It’s time, then, for investors to familiarize themselves with misconceptions that can distort the view of China’s economy and corporate landscape. 

  • Alternative Risk Premia: Why Diversify Beyond Style? weblink

    In the world of alternative risk premia, style premia have dominated. But they do have limitations. Investors should consider using a wider variety of strategies.

  • Evaluating the Effects of China’s Pork Crisis weblink

    African swine fever is ravaging China’s pork supply and having a global impact on protein prices. For equity investors, the crisis serves as a reminder that even amid trade-war uncertainty, research into domestic trends can help investors access the country’s vast stock market.

  • Climate-Proofing an Equity Portfolio weblink

    From rising sea levels to catastrophic weather events, investors can’t afford to ignore the risks of climate change. Since many companies would be vulnerable if current climate forecasts materialize, asset managers may want to consider climate change in their equity research process and engage management teams on the subject.

  • Responsible Returns: Better Stocks for a Better World weblink

    Many equity investors want to help create social benefits while generating strong returns. Achieving these twin goals requires a coherent investment approach. In this paper, we outline a process designed to effectively integrate environmental, social and governance factors in a sustainable equity strategy. Using stock examples, we demonstrate how to identify companies that support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and offer sources of long-term return potential.

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Analysis from IPE

  • Letter from the US: On a secure retirement path

    The most significant changes to US retirement plans in more than a decade look set to be approved by Congress. On 23 May, the House of Representatives passed the Secure Act – Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement – by 417-3, and the Senate is also likely to approve it, with President Donald Trump unopposed.

  • Strategically Speaking: AXA IM

    Half Italian, half Swedish, CEO of a French company but resident in London, Andrea Rossi embodies what he would like his tenure to be remembered for – diversity

  • Adjusting to China’s syndrome

    East Asian economies are heavily plugged in to the region’s powerhouse and feel the shocks when it slips, but these countries are finding ways to cope, writes Rodrigo Amaral

  • Asset Allocation: Matters of perspective

    There is still a role for risk parity strategies, finds Emma Cusworth, provided pension funds take a long-term view

  • Designed for DC

    Best practice for defined contribution pensions inevitably involves well-designed default options. Multi-asset approaches are the best fit for most investors but views differ about how to best structure them

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Head Office
50 Berkeley Street
London
W1J 8HA
United Kingdom
Contact
Nitish Sharma Tel. +44 20 7959 4771
Company website:
http://www.alliancebernstein.com
Parent Company:
AllianceBernstein L.P.
Year Founded:
1967
No. of investment offices worldwide:
17

What’s new

  • China’s Great Wall of Worry: Myths vs. Realities

    China’s Great Wall of Worry: Myths vs. Realities

    White papersWed, 5 Jun 2019

    China’s rise as a preeminent economic power makes it impossible for globally minded investors to ignore. With the integration of China’s domestic-listed equities and bonds into major global indices, the potential of investing in the broad economy is increasingly opening to the world. It’s time, then, for investors to familiarize themselves with misconceptions that can distort the view of China’s economy and corporate landscape. 

  • Alternative Risk Premia: Why Diversify Beyond Style?

    White papersThu, 30 May 2019

    In the world of alternative risk premia, style premia have dominated. But they do have limitations. Investors should consider using a wider variety of strategies.

  • Evaluating the Effects of China’s Pork Crisis

    White papersMon, 20 May 2019

    African swine fever is ravaging China’s pork supply and having a global impact on protein prices. For equity investors, the crisis serves as a reminder that even amid trade-war uncertainty, research into domestic trends can help investors access the country’s vast stock market.

  • Climate-Proofing an Equity Portfolio

    White papersMon, 22 Apr 2019

    From rising sea levels to catastrophic weather events, investors can’t afford to ignore the risks of climate change. Since many companies would be vulnerable if current climate forecasts materialize, asset managers may want to consider climate change in their equity research process and engage management teams on the subject.

  • Responsible Returns: Better Stocks for a Better World

    Responsible Returns: Better Stocks for a Better World

    White papersMon, 1 Apr 2019

    Many equity investors want to help create social benefits while generating strong returns. Achieving these twin goals requires a coherent investment approach. In this paper, we outline a process designed to effectively integrate environmental, social and governance factors in a sustainable equity strategy. Using stock examples, we demonstrate how to identify companies that support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and offer sources of long-term return potential.

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