AllianceBernstein

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North America

United States
1345 Avenue of The Americas
New York
NY 10105
Tel
1 212 969 1000

Europe

United Kingdom
50 Berkeley Street
London
W1J 8HA
Tel
44 20 7470 0100
France
75 Boulevard Haussmann
75008 Paris
Tel
33 1 7099 8400
Germany
Maximilianstrasse 21
80539 Munich
Tel
49 89 255 40 0
Germany
Bockenheimer Landstrasse 51-53
60325 Frankfurt
Tel
49 69 5050 77180
Italy
Piazza IV Novembre, 7
20124 Milan
Tel
39 02 0062 1325
Luxembourg
2-4, Rue Eugene Ruppert
L-2453
Tel
352 4639 6320
The Netherlands
Schiphol Boulevard 189
WTC A Tower - 5th Floor
1118 BG Schiphol
Tel
31 20 201 4985
Sweden
Hamngatan 11
111 47 Stockholm
Tel
46 8 535 27400
Switzerland
17a, Rue De La Croix D’or
CH-1204 Geneva
Tel
41 22 310 90 82
Switzerland
Talstrasse 83
CH-8001 Zurich
Tel
41 43 311 77 11
Israel
Rothschild Boulevard 22 - Suite 1119
Tel Aviv 6688218
Tel
972 73-2844514
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

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  • 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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